Emilia Clarke shared her first picture from Spain on social media, where filming for “Game of Thrones” Season 6 is currently underway. Meanwhile, her fellow cast members on the show Sophie Turner and Maisie Williams teased some elements of the next season in separate interviews.

Clarke (Daenerys Targaryen) shared a picture of her on Instagram, in which appears to be looking for directions. The actress joked that she may be late for the Emmy Awards event and wanted to know how far away the event is from Spain. She also added a hashtag comment about Drogon, her dragon from the TV series, not being around when you need him.

The popular TV series won a record number of awards at the Emmys, including the Outstanding Drama Series award. Some of the other awards for the show include Peter Dinklage (Tyrion) winning Outstanding Supporting Actor and David Nutter winning the award for directing the episode “Mother’s Mercy.”

Her fellow cast members Williams (Arya Stark) and Turner (Sansa Stark), however, were able to make it to the award ceremony. In an interview with TVLine at the event, Williams teased that her character will get to fight blind in “Game of Thrones” Season 6.

When asked about the fate of Jon Snow (Kit Harington), the actress continued to say that the character is “dead.” The fans, however, continue to theorize that the character will return and there are multiple theories about how he may be back.

Turner told TVLine that she was asked whether Jon Snow is alive about 10 times the same day at the Emmy event. The actress said that she had no idea whether the character is alive, even though she has been filming the show for some time now and ought to know the fate of the character. The actress said she “would know,” but didn’t give any details and only laughed.

The actress teased that “Game of Thrones” Season 6 is bringing together a lot storylines that have so far been “spaced out.” Turner explained that “everything is starting to make sense now” in the new season, and said that the show is “very exciting.”