News broke late last night that Game of Thrones author George R.R. Martin has been working with Hollywood executive and producer Amanda Segel on a new spin-off prequel series, which will take place 10,000 years before the events in A Song of Ice and Fire (and the HBO TV show).
Fans of Game of Thrones have been waiting for this announcement for a long time as they are eagerly anticipating what will happen to Jon Snow, Daenerys Targaryen, Arya Stark, and Tyrion Lannister next season. The new prequel series is set to be called The Long Night, and it will explore the world of Westeros in a time when there were no Targaryens or Starks.
The show will take place during an era known as “the Age of Heroes.” George R.R. Martin himself said that this period could have been even more exciting than what he has written about so far: “I think I might tell stories from ‘A Song Of Ice And Fire’ again someday… but not now/not yet.” Time for the fans to rejoice!
Readers can expect news on casting and filming dates soon enough! Keep your eyes peeled here for updates!
The cast is still being discussed by HBO
Plot details are still being discussed by HBO
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It will explore the world of Westeros in a time when there were no Targaryens or Starks.’
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The Game of Thrones prequel series is finally on the horizon. HBO’s programming president Casey Bloys confirmed that they would be following up their smash-hit fantasy drama with a new spinoff in 2020, and it sounds like he might have revealed some key details about what we can expect from the upcoming show!
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There was no Targaryen or Stark during The Age Of Heroes, which occurred long before Westeros was united under one ruler. This could mean that there will not be any major returning characters for now.
There are also currently no clues as to what the show will be about, but Bloys has confirmed that it will not cover any events from Game of Thrones. In an interview with Entertainment Weekly, he said, “It’s a little bit too soon.”
A spin-off could explore life in The Age Of Heroes – which would mean you’ll get more heroes and dragons without all those pesky characters who lived during Westeros’ dark ages! That sounds exciting…but there is one problem. HBO just recently announced they had ordered two new shows for 2021, so if this new series runs for six seasons, then we’ve got seven years before these prequels air (yikes!). So maybe don’t expect any big revelations or battles with the White Walkers in these spin-offs.
We can also speculate that it could be about events like Robert’s Rebellion, which happened 17 years before Game of Thrones begins and gave rise to many major characters (Robert Baratheon, Ned Stark). HBO has already confirmed this show will explore some “ancillary” stories from George R.R. Martin’s sprawling world – so why not?
What we know so far:
As for what we know, there are no clues; as to what the show will be about at present. But Bloys said it’s unlikely they would cover any events from Game of Thrones, meaning that it’ll focus on an entirely new era of Westeros’ history! There have been lots of rumours; suggesting a prequel could focus on the Mad King’s reign, of Robert Baratheon’s rebellion, to overthrow him. But as Bloys said, it’ll explore “other things that you might not know.”
It seems this show is likely to be about a different time; in Westeros history – and one of those periods will most certainly involve dragons!
But they won’t just appear at some point in later series: dragon-riding comes with huge responsibility since their fire can destroy pretty much anything when used incorrectly. This means we’re going to see them fly around early on (probably right from episode one), so viewers are ready for what happens next.
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