House of the Dragon: Everything we know about the Game of Thrones prequel

House of the Dragon: Everything we know about the Game of Thrones prequel

    Not a great deal has been uncovered about the new show, yet this is what we know up until now.

    The essentials

    In 2019, Martin distributed a huge Targaryen history, Fire and Blood Vol. 1, which digs into a great many ages of the winged serpent riding family that in the end delivered Daenerys, one of the significant characters in the HBO Game of Thrones arrangement.

    With all that tangled Targaryen dramatization now accessible, the book normally needed to move another show. What's more, truly, the book mixes in a lot of different Westeros families, including the Starks and Lannisters, some time before Ned and Arya and Cersei and Tyrion went along.

    The new arrangement is set 300 years before the occasions of Game of Thrones. It may not be separated from everyone else: Two other conceivable Game of Thrones successor shows are as yet being kicked around, The Hollywood Reporter says, however the most-discussed one, concentrating on mankind's first fights with the White Walkers, isn't one of them.

    Cast and group

    Martin himself and maker essayist Ryan Condal are recorded as co-makers of the arrangement.

    Condal will compose the show and fill in as co-showrunner alongside Miguel Sapochnik. You may know Condal as the showrunner of the USA Network science fiction show Colony, which ran from 2016-2018. "Working with Ryan on the advancement of House of the Dragon has been a fantasy," Martin composed on his site.

    Sapochnik will coordinate the pilot in addition to extra scenes. Fans may know Sapochnik's name - he coordinated five Game of Thrones scenes, winning an Emmy and a Directors Guild Award for coordinating the amazing Battle of the Bastards scene.

    Discharge date, creation information

    HBO has put in a full-season request for 10 scenes of the new show.

    There's no date for a discharge yet, however at some point in 2021 appears to be conceivable, Entertainment Weekly notes. Martin said on his site that Condal has just done "a lot of composing," But he noticed that as of the declaration in October 2019, there's no cast and team, no full scenes, and no financial limits or generation subtleties.

    Martin likewise said he doesn't have the foggiest idea where the new show will film, yet the settings may look recognizable. "I expect we will return to probably a portion of the nations David (Benioff) and Dan (Weiss) utilized for Game of Thrones (Ireland, Iceland, Scotland, Croatia, Morocco, Malta, and Spain)," Martin composed. Also, in the event that he can get that troublesome Winds of Winter book completed, the writer said he may even keep in touch with certain scenes himself.

    Plot bits of gossip and hypotheses

    Damn, Fire and Blood is a major book (700+ pages), covering 150 years of Targaryen history. Also, Martin has plans for a second volume sometime in the future. A 10-scene appear, regardless of whether it's recharged for another season or progressively from that point forward, can't in any way, shape or form spread each occasion in the book.

    In any case, as indicated by Entertainment Weekly, "the show will concentrate on a period that paves the way to, at that point in the end incorporates, the most sensational occasion during Targaryen rule: The Dance of Dragons, the Targaryen Civil War."

    This story was first distributed on Oct. 31, 2019, and will be refreshed as occasions warrant.

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