Game of Thrones will air in 2022

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The prequel “Game of Thrones” will be broadcast “sometime in 2022”.

“House of the Dragon” is currently being worked on, playing around 300 years before the events in the HBO series that ended after eight seasons last year and tells the story of House Targaryen, but fans still have some waiting time until it appears on the screen.

Casey Bloys, general manager of HBO, told Deadline: “I guess sometime in 2022. You start writing.

“Obviously it’s a big, complicated show.”

Casey has confirmed that there is no current casting news for the show.

And the managing director also admitted that no further potential ‘GoT’ spin-offs are currently in the works as the focus is on ‘House of the Dragon’.

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When asked about more possible shows, he said, “For the moment it will be my top priority to put the ‘House of the Dragon’ in the air. There are no other flashing green lights or anything like that, who knows, but there are no immediate plans. We all focus on the house of the dragon. ”

“House of the Dragon” is based on George R. R. Martin’s companion book “Fire & Blood” and was ordered in series by HBO.

Miguel Sapochnik, the regular guest of ‘Game of Thrones’, will direct the pilot film and other episodes, 10 of which will be commissioned. He will appear as a showrunner with Ryan Condal, who created the upcoming show with Martin.

The show was announced after another spin-off that was due to take place thousands of years before the events of the original series was canceled by HBO after the pilot episode was shot.

The canceled program was cast by Naomi Watts, Josh Whitehouse, Denise Gough, Jamie Campbell Bower, Sheila Atim, Ivanno Jeremiah, Georgie Henley, Alex Sharp, Toby Regbo, Miranda Richardson, Marquis Rodriquez, John Simm, Richard McCabe and John Heffernan.


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