House of the Dragon to run 4 seasons according to George R.R. Martin

Those lamenting the approaching finish of House of the Dragon’s first season on HBO can relaxation straightforward: Game of Thrones creator George R. R. Martin confirmed that the prequel sequence will consist of 4 seasons, with every season containing ten episodes.

The writer confirmed the information in a private weblog submit, which can be stuffed with musings on professional soccer. (He’s a New York Giants fan and and New York Jets fan, in case you have been questioning). Toward the finish of the submit, he talked about how good it has been to have 10 complete episodes to flesh out the story of House of the Dragon. He then confirmed the present quantity of seasons and episodes deliberate to inform the full prequel story that House of the Dragon will cowl.

“It is going to take four full seasons of 10 episodes each to do justice to the Dance of the Dragons, from start to finish,” George R. R. Martin stated.

Besides that one tidbit of data, George R. R. Martin largely simply waxes poetic on the sequence and compliments a number of of the creators. He stated he thought that Ryan Condal dealt with varied time jumps in the sequence “very very well,” even when some characters may have been fleshed out extra.

“I mean, I cannot really review the show, that would be crazy, I am hardly objective… but I do want to commend Ryan Condal and Miguel Sapochnik and the cast and crew for the work they’ve done. Sunday’s episode, ‘[The] Lord of the Tides,’ was everything I hoped it should be.”

House of the Dragon is in the ninth week of its first season. The most up-to-date episode, “The Lord of the Tides,” introduced yet one more time leap, after which (*4*) Read our full recap right here.

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