Much thanks to the Father, the Mother, the Warrior, the Maiden, the Smith, the Crow, the Stranger, the Drowned God, the Lord of Light and the old gods for all their help.
Sadly, this will also mean a complete lack of Hodor and any Hodoring he may be up to.
But on the plus side, maybe we’ll get to watch some actual stuff that happened in the books that won’t get pushed out of the way so one day we will care when Bran inevitably wargs into a dragon and saves Westeros.
Which is pretty much what happened for most of Season 4. Minus the warging into dragons bit. And with way more cameos from the skeletons in Jason and the Argonauts.
Bran will presumably return for the show’s sixth season when George R. R. Martin writes some more source material.
At which point Isaac Hempstead-Wright — who plays Bran — will be around 37-years-old.
(via: The Hollywood Reporter)