HBO’s Game of Thrones concluded in 2019, but the franchise will remain through a spinoff, House of the Dragon. Back in 2017, HBO started working on five possible spinoffs of Game of Thrones; then, they picked a spinoff named Bloodmoon, which was set at the close of the Golden Age of Heroes.
HBO hired Naomi Watts, but after filming a pilot, the spinoff abandoned, and later the network had requested ten episodes of House of the Dragon. It is inspired by George R.R. Martin’s Westeros novel Fire & Blood. George R.R. Martin and Ryan Condal produced the spinoff and a pilot from Miguel Sapochnik.
Here’s Everything To Know About House Of The Dragons
Release Date Of House Of The Dragons
In January 2020, HBO President of Programming Casey Bloys said in a statement: “My guess is someday in 2022. Clearly, it’s a big, complicated show.”
The spinoff will air on HBO with a 10-episode season and assumed to arrive in 2022.
Cast Of House Of The Dragons
There is no official announcement on the casting of the spinoff. One thing is confirmed that stars from Game of Thrones will not feature in the prequel as the series is set 300 years before Game of Thrones.
Another is that actors from the other abandoned project will shift into House of the Dragon. Maybe Watts can play a significant role as a Targaryen.
Plot Of House Of The Dragons
The spinoff is inspired by George R.R. Martin’s Westeros novel Fire & Blood, the new series occurs 300 years before the origin of the original series and takes viewers back to the heyday of House Targaryen.
It tracks the tale of the Targaryen singlings, Aegon, Visenya, and Rhaenys. It will chronicle their rise to power. Aegon and his sisters considered heroes in the eyes of many Game of Thrones characters, especially Daenerys.