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House of the Dragon Season 2 episodes are very dark and may make you cry says George R.R. Martin



The teaser trailer for House of the Dragon‘s second season has recently been released! Fans have praised this fantasy epic highly, just as they did the last one. They enjoy the gripping stories, lovable characters, and breathtaking backdrops. The Game of Thrones progenitor, George R. R. Martin, has watched the first two House of the Dragon season 2 episodes, and it has received his seal of approval.

George R.R Martin met up with House of the Dragon showrunner

Martin was on a trip to London recently, and he met up with House of the Dragon showrunner, Ryan Condal. He wrote on his blog Not A Blog, “I also spent two days locked in a room with Ryan Condal and his writing staff (Sara Hess, Ti Mikkel, David Hancock, and Philippa Goslett) talking about the third and fourth seasons of HOUSE OF THE DRAGON. They were lively, fun discussions, and we got some good work done… though two days was not nearly enough. There is so much ground to cover that I am not sure twenty days would have been enough.”


George R.R. Martin describes House of the Dragon Season 2 episodes as “Powerful, emotional, gut-wrenching”

Martin was sent the rough cuts of the first two episodes of House of the Dragon Season 2, and just like Season 1, he was blown away by the level of detailing. He wrote on his blog, “The highlight of the trip, though, had to be the sneak preview that Ryan gave me of the first two episodes of HOUSE OF THE DRAGON, season two. (Rough cuts, of course).

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Of course, I am hardly objective when talking about anything based on my own work… but I have to say, I thought both episodes were just great. (And they are not even finished yet). Dark, mind you. Very dark. They may make you cry. (I did not cry myself, but one of my friends did). Powerful, emotional, gut-wrenching, heart rending. Just the sort of thing I like. (What can I say? I was weaned on Shakespeare, and love the tragedies and history plays best of all).”

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