‘Game Of Thrones’ season 6 on Indian TV in April

New Delhi, Feb 8 (IANS) Will Jon Snow make it back from the ring of death or has his journey in “Game of Thrones” ended? Indian fans of the hugely popular international medieval fantasy TV show won’t have to wait for long to know the answer.

English channel Star World Premiere will bring the much anticipated season six of the HBO series to India right after its US telecast in April this year, read a statement.

Other channels from the cluster — Star World and Star World HD — will also take the viewers through all the seasons of the show, which is a dramatic telling of a story of families vying for a throne.

The season one to five will be aired on the channels from February 15.

The show, a fantasy show inspired by novelist George R.R. Martin’s bestselling series, has racked up 12 Emmy awards from its 24 nominations in 2015.

An official Star India spokesperson said: “The telecast of ‘Game of Thrones’ on Star World and Star World Premiere will not only excite existing fans but also captivate first time audiences in India. This is just the first in a line of exceptional content we have planned for the year.”

The final episode of the fifth season showed Jon Snow, one of the main characters essayed by British actor Kit Harington, lying lifeless in the snow. And since then the audience is rooting for Harington to come back.

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