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House Of The Dragons In The House!

HBO (Home Box Office) is back with the new series of Game of Thrones named as ‘House Of the Dragons‘. Though it reportedly cancelled another series that starred Naomi Watts but all set with this series prequel. The channel stated on Tuesday that the series would consist of 10-episode for House of the Dragon, set 300 years ere the original series that concluded its eight-season run in May 2019.

The prequel is based upon George R.R. Martin’s famous book Fire & Blood. The new drama was co-created by Martin and Ryan Condal, including Colony. It will focus mainly on the House Targaryen, made famous in Game of Thrones by the bubbly star Emilia Clarke’s, character called as Daenerys and her fearsome dragons and the famous dialogue-DRACARYS. House of the Dragon was declared by HBO programming president Casey Bloys during a presentation for HBO Max on Tuesday. Game of Thrones would be a key charm in the increasingly crowded streaming marketplace and as well as a pie on the cake for all the GOT Fans who were sad on the ending of the famous series.

The date has not been cleared out that when exactly House of the Dragon would be on air. Earlier on Tuesday, Hollywood publications reported that the channel had plans for a Game of Thrones prequel starring Naomi Watts, but why it got cancelled later, reasons aren’t clear yet. The pilot, or first episode, for the show, was shot in Northern Ireland in the earlier month of this year. The story was set thousands of years ere the events covered in Game of Thrones just to link up the prequel with the show.

Casey Bloys, president of programming at HBO, had assured reporters in July after filming finished on the pilot episode that he was pleased with what he had seen and eagerly waiting for the show to get aired. “It looks really good. The cast was amazing,” Bloys said at a Television Critics Association event in Beverly Hills.

The pilot for the prequel was one of several projects of Game of Thrones–related that was put into development at HBO before the end of the series of GOT. The thing to look forward is how much enjoyable this prequel will going to be. Will it grab Emmy Awards like the original series or will dissatisfy the audience like the season 8.

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