According tomedia reports, many “Game of Thrones” fans are believed to be excited and ready for the “House of Thrones” series, which HBO announced late last year, but the bad news is that people won’t see it until 2022. Casey Bloys, HBO’s programming director, has revealed that the show may not air until sometime in 2022.
Other than that, Bloys would not give further details about the play, saying only that the script was being written. He also stressed that while HBO is currently working on several other “Game of Thrones” sequels, all of their focus is now on House of Dragons.
House of The Dragon is adapted from George W. Bush. R. R. Martin’s 2019 book Fire and Blood. Set 300 years before Game of Thrones, the book focuses on the history of the Tanglian family – from the first conquest of Westeros by the conqueror Egan to its placing the Seven Nations under his rule.
It also mentions why HBO eventually dropped another prequel to “The Game of Thrones”, starring Naomi Watts. Bloys said some episodes in development and trial may end up meeting audiences or not.
In addition, Bloys highlighted one of the great strengths of House of The Dragon: the role of George W. Bush. R.R. Support for Martin’s original novel. It is clear that the final seasons of “The Right Tour” without the support of the original did not perform as well as they did.