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George R.R. Martin teases fans about the future episodes of House of The Dragon -“The best is yet to come!”




Ever since its announcement back in 2019, House of The Dragon has been a hot topic of debate among various Game of Thrones and fantasy genre communities. Will it be as good as Game of Thrones? Will it stick to the lore? Would they ruin it like Game of Thrones Season 8? Is the prequel even necessary? Are there any other spinoffs at work? A few of those questions have been answered in the past few weeks, and the show has received mostly positive views. Game of Thrones author George R. R. Martin recently teased the future of the prequel show, and it sounds very exciting.

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Martin wrote on his blog Not A Blog:

“Let’s talk about something more exciting: HOUSE OF THE DRAGON! The show opened strong and has only been getting stronger. Thanks to all of you who are watching, and helping to spread the word. And thanks to our amazing cast and crew as well. We are more than halfway through the season now (I meant to blog after our debut, I really did, but time got away from me). Milly Alcock and Emily Carey were incredible as young Rhaenyra and young Alicent, were they not? With Sunday’s episode, Emma D’Arcy and Olivia Cooke took over as the adult versions of the characters. I think you will love them too. Or hate them, maybe. Love/ hate. Westeros, like the real world, is full of complex characters, capable of both good and evil.”


“Meanwhile, Matt Smith and Paddy Considine and Rhys Ifans and Fabien Frankel and Steve Toussaint and the rest of our cast continue to excel. I would be hard-pressed to say which of them I love best. And I should say a few words for our writers too, who never get the attention that the stars do. Sara Hess, Charmaine De Grate, Ira Parker, Ti Mikkel, and rest of our scriveners have done my story right, I think. And last but not least, our showrunners, Ryan Condal and Miguel Sapochnik… HOT D would not exist without them. (Oh, and let me give a tip of the hat to Jocelyn Diaz, another one of our EPs, who helped immeasurably).

I hope you guys are enjoying HOTD as much as I am. And hey, four more episodes to go… the best is yet to come. And then on to season two!”

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1 year ago

I love the new show although I wish they didn’t time jump so much. They could have waited until next season for the time jump and added more of the characters in their younger years. My biggest complaint is that George RR Martin NEEDS TO STOP WRITING ALL THESE PREQUELS AND RELEASE WINDS OF WINTER! IT HAS BEEN TOO MANY YEARS!