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Games Of Thrones prequel renewed or cancelled?

Games of Throne is an American fantasy drama television series. David Benioff and D.B Weiss created the series for HBO. It is adapted from A Song of Ice and Fire which is written by George R.R.Martin’s series of fantasy novels. The show was filmed and produced in the United Kingdom. The series released in April 2011 in the United States and ended in May 2019.

When will the Game of Thrones Prequel hit the screen?

The House of the Dragon is the title given to the Game of Thrones prequel. As per the report after the shooting of piolet episodes the prequel was scrapped completely. Now the recent update is that things are back on track. But for a couple of years, it won’t hit the screen. Before the outbreak of the pandemic, HBO speculated that it would release in 2022. No exact date of release has been announced.

What will be the storyline of the Game of Thrones Prequel?

The beginning will go back to roughly 300 years before the events of Game of Thrones. The audience can expect to see political interworkings akin to Game of Thrones explored in the prequel series. Based on Fire and Blood George RR Martin’s novel. It covers the rise and fall of the Targaryen dynasty which is recorded by a master in pre-Game of Thrones time. The book has already released two years back so the audience can have a fair idea about the storyline of the series.

What is the background of the Games of Throne?

Set in the fictional Seven Kingdom of Westeros and the continent of Essos. Several simultaneous plot lines are shown in the series. In the first story, dynastic conflict among competing claimants for succession to the Iron Throne of Seven Kingdoms is shown. They fight with other notable families fighting for independence from the throne. The 2nd covers the exiled scion’s action to reclaim the throne. The 3rd shows the threat of the impending winter, legendary creatures, and fierce peoples of the North is shown.




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