Game Of Thrones Season 6 Deleted/Extended Scenes Released


There’s been some discussion about a potential prequel show to HBO’s Game of Thrones, but with a seventh season coming next year and season 6 recently hitting Blu-ray, we’re still very much focused on the current series at the moment. Early last week, a deleted scene from season 6 involving Lady Olenna Tyrell and her son Mace debuted online, and now we have two more extended sequences from the show for you to take a look at.

The first takes us back to what went down in the aftermath of Jon Snow’s betrayal and murder, as we see Dolorous Edd rushing to return to his friend’s side with Ghost. The pair are intercepted by Ser Alliser Thorne, who thinks twice about forcing Edd to send the vengeance-hungry direwolf back beyond The Wall.

The other scene is a slightly longer version of the performance of “The Bloody Hand,” which Arya watches during her time in Braavos. Things play out much the same, except for two women in the audience complaining about the violence and nudity on display. Arya overhears them and responds: “Why don’t you just leave then?” This is almost certainly a reference to some of the show’s critics, who seem to kick up a fuss whenever they deem the more adult-oriented content to have “gone too far.”

Game of Thrones season 6 is available on DVD and Blu-ray now, and will return for its penultimate seventh season in 2017.