After taking Prime Video by storm in 2022, House of the Dragon Season 2 is all set to release in the early 2024
House of the Dragon Season 2
It's been just five days, HBO has dropped the striking motion-posters from House of the Dragon Season 2, which feature Emma D'Arcy as Rhaenyra Targaryen and Olivia Cooke as Alicent Hightower, and the taglines on the posters – "blood for blood" and "fire to fire” are hinting fans to get ready to witness some never-seen-before chaos, jealousy, and rivalry in Season 2.
House of the Dragon Season 2 Trailer
On December 3, HBO dropped the much awaited official trailer as well. The trailer gave some glimpses from Westeros, two hundred years before Daenerys Targaryen ignited her fiery rise to power. As you delve deeper into the rich history of the Targaryen dynasty, you'll be reunited with the formidable Daemon Targaryen (Matt Smith) and the ambitious Queen Rhaenyra Targaryen (Emma D'Arcy) as they continue their relentless fight for control of Westeros following the jaw-dropping cliffhanger of Season 1.
The trailer has already garnered more than 6 million views on YouTube, within four days, and took the internet on fire. Fans can't stop showing their excitement in the comments.
Novelist George R.R. Martin reveals about Season 3 and 4
The series House of the Dragon is based on George R.R. Martin’s namesake book, who is also the author of Game of Thrones. Recently on his blog, Martin revealed that House of the Dragon’s Season 3 and 4 is already under preparation. He shared that he is already in meetings with the makers. Previously Martin wrote on his blog that, “It is (House of the Dragon Season 2) going to take four full seasons of ten episodes each to do justice to the Dance of the Dragons, from start to finish.”
What did Martin write on his blog?
While revealing about Season 3 and 4, the author wrote, “They were lively, fun discussions, and we got some good work done. Though two days was not nearly enough. There is so much ground to cover that I am not sure 20 days would have been enough.”
“All I have to say about that is…ohmigod!” Martin wrote, “Nothing I have ever seen can compare with the Red Keep and Dragonstone sets they have built at Leavesden Studios in London. HUGE, stunning, and so damned real that I felt as if I had gone through a time portal to mediaeval Westeros. I love castles and have visited dozens of actual mediaeval castles, keeps and towers in my time, and none of the real castles I’ve ever seen can hold a candle…or a torch…to our Red Keep.”
House of the Dragon Season 2 Release Date
House of the Dragon, the prequel of Game of Thrones, is all set to come up with its much awaited Season 2 in Summer 2024 only on HBO Max.