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Olivia Cooke on what to expect from House of the Dragon Season 2




Regular set leaks show how quickly the Game of Thrones prequel House of the Dragon is being produced. Being one of the very few shows unaffected by the writer’s strike was tremendously advantageous for the series. The show is presently filming at Leavesden Studios after wrapping up production in Wales earlier this month.

Olivia Cooke on what she’s looking forward to the most in Season 2

In her most recent chat with the hosts of the UnWrapped podcast, actress Olivia Cooke, who portrays Alicent Hightower, reflected, “The world just expands so much. We were so sealed in the Red Keep in the first season. And now everything is now quite disparate. And as we sort of go on our all individual journeys throughout the season, and that’s as much that I can say about Season 2.”

House of the Dragon's Olivia Cooke on Ignoring Haters, Hangover Cures & Season 2 - UnWrapped Podcast

Olivia Cooke on dealing with spoilers about Season 2

Cooke also talked about how awkward keeping spoilers for her from the fans is, “No, I find it so uncomfortable. Because I’m ultimately one of those persons that if someone asks a question I’ll just tell them what they want to know to my detriment, ultimately. 90 percent of the time.”

“It’s uncomfortable, isn’t it? I just feel like I’m being snide. But yeah, I know, that would be terrible, and it’s ruin things for so many viewers.”

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