In a press release held on Thursday in New York, Casey Bloys green signaled the Game Of Throne spin-off series' upcoming release.
Good News! For the House of Dragon fans as it is now officially confirmed by the network chief that the sequel will be released super soon. After the roaring success of season 1, this update is a piece of cake for the GOT prequel fans. In a press release held on Thursday in New York, Casey Bloys Green signaled the Game Of Throne spin-off series' upcoming release.
When and where to watch?
The second season of the House Of Dragon series will be making its return to HBO next year. At an HBO event today, Casey Bloys nodded for the show to premiere in the early summer of 2024. The press members also got lucky to get a glimpse of the highly anticipated trailer. However, the details are to be kept under wraps until any further announcement.
The stellar ensemble cast includes Paddy Considine, Olivia Cooke, Matt Smith, Steve Toussaint, Emma D’Arcy, Eve Best, Fabien Frankel, Sonoya Mizuno, and Rhys Ifans in promising roles.
Plot Details here
The 8-episode series is a Game Of Thrones (GOT) prequel. Based on George RR Martin's fantasy book Fire & Blood. Set around 172 years prior to the described events of Game Of Thrones, the upcoming series will narrate the story of House Targaryen as per reports by Deadline.
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House of Dragons season 2 is still in its post-production stages and it surely is going to be an enthralling storyline if we use the House Of Dragon season 1 as the success yardstick.
Season 1 of House of the Dragon premiered on August 21, 2022, with 10 episodes and was an instant hit with millions streamlining the series.