One Person Knew About Jon Snow’s Fate Before The Show Started

One of the biggest question that fans had for season 6 of Game of Thrones is the fate of one Jon Snow.

SPOILER WARNING!

By the second episode, Jon Snow was brought back to life thanks to Melissandre. Of course, Jon Snow’s return was a surprise to all viewers except for one police officer. Kit Harrington talked about how he got in trouble by speeding and managed not to receive a ticket by revealing the spoiler to the police officer.

Watch Harrington explain it during an interview with Jimmy Fallon.

New Game of Thrones episodes airs on HBO every Sunday at 9PM.

Source: The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon

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