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HBO just released two deleted scenes from ‘Game of Thrones’ – watch them right here

Published Feb 19th, 2015 9:35AM EST
Game Of Thrones Deleted Scenes

On Wednesday, Game of Thrones fans got some huge news that everyone is still talking about. According to George R.R. Martin, author of the books on which the popular HBO show is based, the show’s creators plan to kill off characters who did not die in the book series. No one is safe, and now fans who read the books will have to be on the lookout for huge twists and turns around every corner.

To keep the hype going ahead of season 5’s April 12th premiere, HBO has released two deleted scenes that have never been seen before.

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With season 5 set to be the hit HBO show’s biggest season yet, it looks like season 4 still has a few new stories to tell. The team behind Game of Thrones obviously shoots plenty of footage that doesn’t make the cut and it removed from the final versions of each episode during editing. Now, two scenes that were axed from episodes in season 4 have been released.

In the first deleted scene, we can see Tyrion and Shae parting ways. In the second deleted scene,fan-favorite Daenerys Targaryen can be seen at the top of a Meereen tower conversing with her loyal friend Missandei.

Both of these never-before-seen clips are embedded below.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6Ja9I0oOUGc
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uO4x69Au5KQ

 

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