Game of Thrones Spin-Off, House of Dragons, Will Not Be Released Anytime Soon

HBO has in its plan to release a Game of Thrones spinoff, a prequel called House of Dragons. The official statement about it was made back in January. Game of Thrones was a huge success, so the makers started to talk about a prequel. However, they cannot decide on a particular air date just yet. 

The HBO President of Programming Casey Bloys stated that the first season of House of the Dragons would be released in 2022. And since Game of Thrones released every episode in April, the first season of the spinoff might be released in April 2022. 

However, the production has been stopped because of the coronavirus outbreak. Right now, we’re waiting to see if there are any delays. 

All we know so far about the plot

As of yet, we have no official details about the plot of the prequel. However, in the first trailer of the prequel, we are bound to see more about the House of TargaryensThe producer stated that the prequel would be about the House of Targaryens, and the action will happen 300 years before the Game of Thrones took place. 

The series is a historical thriller drama, which is based on the book series “A Song of Ice and Fire” written by George R.R Martin. The series began on the 17th of April 2011 it was finished on the 19th of May 2019 on HBO. Game of Thrones had eight seasons and 73 episodes. 

According to the leaks of the story, the action will focus on the Iron Throne, the Seven Kingdoms, and what it would take to win the Iron Throne. Of course, there will also be mythical creatures. 

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