HBO has decided not give media any episodes of season 6 in advance. The upcoming season is on such a lock-down that the press and Hollywood insiders won't get any scenes ahead of time, either on DVD or by means of internet screening. “We’re not sending out press copies this year, anywhere in the world,” HBO programming president Michael Lombardo told Entertainment Weekly. A year ago, HBO sent the initial four hours of season 5 to its Standard Media Circulation list, and the content spilled onto BitTorrent before the show's debut, ruining about a large portion of the season for a few viewers as plot points picked up scope on the web. While HBO has subsequently changed to a more secure internet screening framework, the organization has in any case selected against bringing any odds with the seriously foreseen new season of its most astounding appraised arrangement ever. Thrones showrunners David Benioff and Dan Weiss supported the no-screener methodology to secure season 6 content. The move could be a first for a noteworthy arrangement, however isn't altogether astounding on account of the show. This is the primary season where the show to a great extent surpasses the story distributed in creator George R.R. Martin's A Song of Ice and Fire adventure, so interestingly even bad-to-the-bone devotees of the books have no clue what's coming next. There has been no official confirmation regarding Jon Snow's return on Game Of Thrones season 6, but fans worldwide are confident that the hero will feature in new episodes after being restored. To know what happens next on Game Of Thrones, watch the season 6 premiere episode that airs on 24 April 2016 on HBO.