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Runtime of episodes 3 and 4 of House of the Dragon Season 2 revealed

Even an hour isn’t enough, right?



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HBO Max has been dropping teasers for House of the Dragon in an effort to get fans excited about the next chapter in the Targaryen saga. There is a lot of hype surrounding the Game of Thrones prequel, and more information is starting to surface. As the release date rolls closer, we now know the runtimes of the first four episodes of Season 2.

Runtimes for Episodes 3 and 4 of House of the Dragon Season 2 revealed

Fans had a major complaint with the second season of House of the Dragon. The episode count this season is lesser than the previous one. They hoped that the makers didn’t do the same with the episode runtimes. The runtime for the first two episodes was revealed after the NYC premiere. Recently, an X fan account westerosies leaked the runtimes for episodes 3 and 4, which happen to be 65 and 54 mins respectively.

Reviewers are amazed by Season 2 of House of the Dragon

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The buzz for the second season of the Game of Thrones prequel was equally as great, and the show is undoubtedly living up to the promise. The limited screening held on June 4th was attended by a number of celebrities and industry insiders, and the reviews are now available. Season 2 started off with an 88% rating on Rotten Tomatoes, but it has since improved and is now at 90%. Following the debut, the majority of critics rated it a 4+ out of 5.

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