House of the Dragon: There will be a 2nd season


After the successful launch of the prequel too game of Thronesit is already clear after the first episode has appeared that House of the Dragon a second season will get. HBO is from The potential of the series is convincing and confirmed a sequel.

Just a week after the start of series production HBO has announced that “House of the Dragon” will have a second season. The first episode featured over 20 million viewers a record that even the original series Game of Thrones eclipses. In a direct comparison, it had “only” 2.22 million viewers.

House of the Dragon convinces fans and critics

Aside from the positive fan reviews, “House of the Dragon” also appeals to critics consistently good reviews. So that’s the prequel a worthy successor of the original.

“We are beyond proud of what the entire ‘House of the Dragon’ team has achieved with Season 1 [und] Couldn’t be more excited to continue bringing the epic saga of House Targaryen to life with season two.”said Francesca Orsi, Executive Vice President, HBO Programming.

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HBO’s Chief Content Officer Casey Bloys praised both the “incredibly talented cast” as well as the entire crew and was enthusiastic about the positive viewer reactions. Furthermore, Bloys is pleased “to share with the audience what George [R.R. Martin] (author), Ryan and Miguel (both showrunners) this season for [das Publikum] ready”.

How does House of the Dragon continue?

Speaking during an interview with Entertainment Weekly Showrunner Miguel Sapochnik already have one possible second season. In this context he mentioned an anthologywhat to look over more stories from the Targaryen cosmos may look forward to.

But before we get there, let’s turn our attention to the upcoming episodes of the first season. All We have broadcast dates here listed for you.

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