Game of Thrones season 6
Priestess Melisandre resurrected the Lord Commander in episode 2, Home YouTube screengrab/HBO

Game Of Thrones season 6 has finally revealed the fate of Jon Snow and fans can't be happier than this. The Lord Commander displayed huge potential in defeating the While Walker's army but will he remain the same person he was before his death?

Warning: Major spoiler ahead

The intriguing question was finally answered by none other than Kit Harington himself who believed there is a reason his character was brought back to life by priestess Melisandre. "At first, I was worried that he'll wake up and he's the same, back to normal — then there's no point in that death," he told Entertainment Weekly.

Harrington also opened up about an upcoming "brilliant" scene where the Red Woman asks him about his feelings after death and how Jon Snow's response to her question will decide his personality in future.

"He needs to change. There's a brilliant line when Melisandre asks: 'What did you see?' And he says: 'Nothing, there was nothing at all.' That cuts right to our deepest fear, that there's nothing after death. And that's the most important line in the whole season for me."

Season 6 of GOT is touted as the best season so far as the ongoing events will set the future of the Seven Kingdoms of Westeros. Apart from the civil war among the noble families in the realm, the continent will also face a huge challenge as the White Walkers are slowly getting close to the Wall of Westeros.

It will be interesting to see how the change in the Lord Commander of the Nights Watch will frame the future of Game Of Thrones season 6 and whether he will be able to defeat the supernatural threats. The blockbuster fantasy show will air episode 3 on 8 May Sunday on HBO.