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George R.R. Martin provides an update on A Knight of the Seven Kingdoms: The Hedge Knight

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The idea of Game of Thrones spinoff shows has been around for a really long time – HBO has been discussing the possibility of exploring more of the Martinverse since even before the original series came to a close. Some of them have been scrapped, while there are others at various stages of development. However, the one that has recently been confirmed is a prequel series based on George R. R. Martin’s Dunk and Egg novellas.

George R.R. Martin reflects on how far ahead The Hedge Knight is in development

Martin recently commented about how much work has already been done on the upcoming Game of Thrones prequel. He told Shakefire: “I don’t know when that’s going to debut, but we got a writing room. We got a full season pickup so we’re going to be doing that. That’s in the early stages.”

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What is A Knight of the Seven Kingdoms: The Hedge Knight series about?

In Martin’s own words: “Our premiere season will be an adaptation of the first of the three published novellas, “The Hedge Knight,” the tale of how Dunk & Egg first met during a tournament at Ashford Meadow. The pilot script is already written, and I think it’s terrific. It was written by Ira Parker, who is no stranger to Westeros. He was part of Ryan Condal’s writing staff for the first season of HOUSE OF THE DRAGON, and wrote the fourth episode of Hot D’s first season, “King of the Narrow Sea.” That’s the one where Prince Daemon returns to King’s Landing after conquering the Stepstones, and takes Princess Rhaenyra down into the stews of Flea Bottom. Ryan Condal is on board as well, as an Executive Producer. So am I.”

 

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