Emilia Clarke: Game Of Thrones' sixth series will be 'sick'

Game Of Thrones star Emilia Clarke has teased that the show’s sixth series will have even more shocks for fans.

The 28-year-old actress, who reprises her role as dragon queen Daenerys Targaryen in the epic small-screen retelling of George RR Martin’s fantasy novels, has already had a glimpse at the scripts for the forthcoming season.

“I’ve seen some of the new scripts and I’m like a kid on a sugar high,” she told the Daily Star.

The British actress continued: “I can’t handle how sick some of them are.

“We’re just going to hit the audience with every episode, coming up with something more mental that the last. I can’t believe some of the twists in store.”

Emilia also weighed in on Jon Snow’s fate, hinting Kit Harington’s character will not return.

The actress and her Game Of Thrones co-stars have started read-throughs and rehearsals for season six of the show, which will return to UK screens in 2016.