05 Apr, 2023


Ins And Outs Of The Game Of Thrones Prequel

By FactsWow Team

Last Season Of Game Of Thrones

As a result of their obsession over ending the despotic rule in Westeros, Jon Snow and Daenerys Targaryen spent the final episodes of Game of Thrones breaking the wheel.

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Cost Of The Episode

A big part of Game of Throne's appeal is its Hollywood production values. This upcoming blockbuster series was no exception. It costs about $20 million per episode.

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The Expectation On The Scenes

House of the Dragon is a prequel. Fans expecting to see Ned Stark or Tyrion Lannister again will be disappointed since it is set 200 years before Jon Arryn's murder that caused eight seasons of chaos.

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Number Of Episodes

House of the Dragon Season 1 will have ten episodes, the same as any other Game of Thrones season.

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House Of The Dragon Plot

House of the Dragon takes place about 100 years into the reign of House Targaryen, the longest-ruling family in Westeros for 300 years.

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George R.R. Martin's Book

Fire and Blood is a fictional history book chronicling House Targaryen and was written by George R.R. Martin, seemingly to procrastinate writing Winds of Winter.

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House Of The Dragon: Who Runs It?

House of the Dragon showrunners Condal and Sapochnik are equivalent to Game of Thrones showrunners D.B. Weiss and David Benioff, who gained fame and criticism for their role on the show.

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Memorable Shows

Game of Thrones fans are familiar with Sapochnik's name as he directed some of the show's most memorable episodes, including Hardhome in Season 5 and Battle of the Bastards in Season 6.

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Prequel To House Of The Dragon

There was a second Game of Thrones prequel to be filmed with Naomi Watts, but it was canceled in 2019 for reasons we still need to understand.

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Kit's Return

In other Game of Thrones news, Martin recently revealed that HBO is working on a sequel with Kit Harrington returning as Jon Snow.

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