“Game of Thrones” is set to return to the small screen on April 24. The show has also released several trailers to whet fans’ appetite for the upcoming season.

Admittedly, the show can get complicated. This is particularly true for those who aren’t passionately glued to their screens for every episode. However, there is still hope for those who want to be part of the GoT fandom.

The YouTube channel Fine Brothers Entertainment released a rapid recap of the “Game of Thrones” Season 5, Mashable reported. FBE offers the six-minute video to help viewers get ready for Season 6 that will premiere on April 24. It’s ideal for novices who want to catch up with the show’s numerous characters. However, it’s also a great way for avid GoT fans to get pumped up for the premiere.

The monologue talks about the highlights of Season 5. Notable mentions include the epic battle scene of episode 8 “Hardhome”. It was hailed as one of the largest battle sequences ever done on television. Of course, there was also Cersei’s Walk of Fame and the introduction of her new bodyguard, Ser Robert Strong that left viewers feeling dirty afterwards. Yet it’s the death of Jon Snow at the finale that continues to hound GoT fans.

Spoilers about the “Game of Thrones” Season 6 hint that Melisandre would resurrect Jon Snow. HBO released its sixth trailer for the series and it gave GoT fans a reason to be hopeful. The new trailer showed that he would be back in the upcoming season. However, his appearance may not be as lively as his previous scenes on the show.

Lately, a new source has stepped forward to reveal who among the next characters of the series is going to die. According to the Express, researchers from the Technical University of Munich devised a computer algorithm to carry out the task.

In the next ten episodes, Tommen Baratheon is the most likely character to die with a 97 percent chance of death. Next in line are Stannis Baratheon (96%), Daenerys Targaryen (95%), Davos Seaworth (91%), and Petyr Baelish (91%). The researchers correctly forecasted 74 percent of the character deaths in the TV series and books, the publication added.

Watch the “Game of Thrones” Season 5 recap.