Game of Throne’s second prequel is unofficially declared and is still in its infancy stages. As per reports, the segment will trace the origins and endings of House Targaryen.
HBO is marching forward with another back in time series of its existing trendsetter series Game Of Thrones. Yes, according to the reports the network is heading towards committing to a pilot project of a prequel of the show. The prequel is expected to have its roots in Fire & Blood by George RR Martin which is complementary to his Ice Saga and Song of Fire.
The tentative of the upcoming prequel will take the fans 300 years prior to the occurrence of the pivotal series that pursues the end and beginning of the House Targaryen. Moreover, as of now, it will be Colony Fame writer Ryan Condol who is writing the script alongside Martin.
However, HBO has not given out any official word about the prequel. Things continue to remain under the wraps. Well, HBO’s plan of having five spinoff series was successful with the Eighth season of Game of Thrones. Yes, Season 8 which was the end season also came out in May.
Of the five spinoffs, HBO is working on the tentative prequel of one of the spinoffs as declared by Supermodel Naomi Watts. However, as much as we know, the upcoming show will be a thousand years back in time, which is much before the happening of the Game of Thrones.
This chronicle will stage the beginning of the world from the coming of its heroes to its shadiest hours. It will uncover the petrifying secrets of Westeros’s history. And will trace the descent of the White Walkers. Also, the mysteries of the East to the Starks of Legend will be solved.
The series is a co-creation by Jane Goldman and Martin. Jane will also work as the show’s runner. The project that’s yet to be titled is in the post-production stage as of now. And expectedly Josh Whitehouse, Miranda Richardson, Naomi Ackie, Denise Gough will feature in it. Jamie Campbell Bower can also be a part of this upcoming series.
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