After months of waiting, HBO have finally unveiled the first trailer for the sixth season of Game Of Thrones. The forty second spot features a voice over from the Three-Eyed Raven (Max Von Sydow), hinting at the many twists and turns still to come and features a shot from last season’s finale of a bloodied Jon Snow. As the narration tells us, “They have no idea what is going to happen”. Check out the trailer below.

FXX has renewed You’re The Worst for a third season. Created by Stephen Falk (Weeds), it tells of two misanthropes who find that they don’t hate each other as much as they hate everyone else, soon finding themselves in a relationship. The comedy has been receiving rave reviews for its currently airing second season and is expected to return for another run of thirteen episodes sometime in 2016.

Time is almost up on Downton Abbey, but fans can console themselves with the knowledge that there is still one more Christmas special to come, for which ITV have released a trailer. The two-hour special will see Mary (Michelle Dockery) struggling to repair her relationship with Edith (Laura Carmichael), whilst newlywed Henry (Matthew Goode) attempts to adjust to his new life at Downton.

BBC Three has renewed hit comedy Uncle for a third season. The series tells the story of a down on his luck musician who forges an unlikely friendship with his nephew after he is strong-armed into looking after him. The new season will include six episodes and a special which will be shown after BBC Three makes its move online.

Starz have released a trailer for Outlander, which returns in early 2016 for its second season. The new series finds Claire (Caitriona Balfe) and Jamie (Sam Heughan) arriving in France and attempting to infiltrate the Jacobite rebellion and avert the Battle of Culloden, but trying to change the course of history proves far harder than they ever expected.

Luther creator, Neil Cross, has a new show in development with BBC One. Titled Hard Sun, the new series is set in a pre-apocalyptic London and will follow two detectives as they attempt to uphold the law and keep their loved ones safe in a world on the brink of armageddon.

Fox have announced they are working on an adaptation of the popular Rambo movies, starring Sylvester Stallone. The new series, Rambo: New Blood would tell the story of the relationship between Rambo and his son, J.R., a former Navy SEAL. Jeb Stuart (The Fugitive) is on board to write the scripts, with Stallone attached as an executive producer. Although the character of Rambo is expected to play a key part in the new television series, it’s unclear as of yet whether Stallone would reprise his role.

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