HBO’s House of the Dragon hasn’t aired the second episode yet, but that didn’t stop the network from doing so The green light for the second season.
The first episode of the “Game of Thrones” prequel series — set 170 years before the events of the original show — set a record on HBO for the premiere of a new show, with nearly 10 million viewers watching it. Over the past week, HBO reported that the viewership of the premiere had increased to more than 20 million.
“We are proud of what the entire ‘House of the Dragon’ team accomplished in season one,” Francesca Orsi, executive vice president of programming for HBO, said in a statement. “Our cast and crew have taken on an enormous challenge and exceeded all expectations, delivering a show that has already established itself as a must-TV… with season 2.”
House of the Dragon chronicles the civil war that led to the fall of House Targaryen, Emilia Clarke’s favorite ancestor, Daenerys Targaryen. The first season will run for 10 episodes.
The second season of “House of the Dragon” may be just the beginning of the “Game of Thrones” content coming to HBO in the future. The network has the Jon Snow series in the works and author George R. R. Martin He said in interviews That there are more than six projects in different stages of development.
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