#gameofthrones

#gameofthrones
HBO is Planning a Sequel to Game of Thrones After AllHBO is betting big bucks that viewers will come back to the world in which Game of Thrones was set. The company is working on seven prequel projects, three of them animated, starting with House of the Dragon which debuts in August. And now they are reportedly working on an actual sequel to Game of Thrones which will follow the post-Games life of Jon Snow.​Actor Kit Harrington is set to reprise the role he played for eight seasons on the original show. The new series will follow his life among the Wildings, free folk who live north of the seven kingdoms. Even for fans who were turned off by the final season of Game of Thrones, the premise is intriguing. Those people had more fun than anyone else in the series. The series also opens up the possibility of other characters from the original series to show up- after all, most of the survivors are related to Snow in one way or another. We especially hope for the return of Tormund Giantsbane, played by Norwegian actor Kristofer Hivju. The sequel is still in early development, but having Harrington on board makes it more likely to happen. It will probably be several years before we see Jon Snow again. Until then, we know nothing.#GameofThrones #sequel #JonSnow  
#houseofthedragon
A Guide to HBO's House of the DragonThe HBO series Game of Thrones enthralled audiences for seven seasons, and then dropped the ball wrapping up the story in the eighth. Some blame rushing the story, while others fault George R.R. Martin for not completing the source books. Still, those seven seasons have audiences clamoring for more about the fictional world of dynasties and dragons from the book series A Song of Ice and Fire. To fulfill that desire, the producers are stepping back 200 years for a prequel series called House of the Dragon.The most important thing to know about House of the Dragon is that it is based on Martin's finished book Fire & Blood: 300 Years Before A Game of Thrones, so there should be a cohesive plot. It's your choice whether or not to read the book before the series comes out. However, the difference between 200 years and 300 years may inform you of the creative license the TV production will take.