‘Game of Thrones’ Jon Snow sequel series apparently in the works at HBO
No, actually. According to the Hollywood Reporter, “Game of Thrones” followers may yet see even more of their (only a spoiler if you haven’t seen the program! … …) half-Targaryen, half-Stark hero.
Actor Kit Harington played Jon Snow in the hit HBO series, which was based upon Bayonne native George R.R. Martin’s “A Song of Ice and also Fire” books and finished in 2019 after 8 seasons.
Now he might return.
Certainly, the “Thrones” cosmos didn’t leave HBO for long. The network and also its streaming service HBO Max are presently preparing to launch the Targaryen-centric “GOT” spinoff prequel collection “House of the Dragon” in August.
That show, co-created by Martin as well as based upon his 2018 book “Fire & Blood,” a background of House Targaryen, portrays the Dance of the Dragons, or the Targaryen civil battle, as well as occurs about 200 years prior to the occasions in Jon Snow’s world. It’s definitely not the only offshoot in growth.
A possible Jon Snow follow up collection starring Harington gets on the table, according to the record.
Harington, that was nominated for 2 Emmys for playing the function– as both sustaining star and lead actor– also starred in the 2021 Marvel flick “Eternals.”.
When “GOT” finished (**** looters, same policy applies as above ****), Snow was journeying north of the Wall with close friend Tormund Giantsbane, his trusty direwolf Ghost as well as the wildlings– or cost-free folk– after figuring out he was the beneficiary to the Iron Throne. (That honor eventually ended up mosting likely to his brother, Bran Stark.).
The record keeps in mind that a collection centering Snow, also known as Aegon Targaryen, could open the door to possible looks from other “GOT” originals like world traveler Arya Stark, played by Maisie Williams, as well as Queen in the North Sansa Stark, played by Sophie Turner.
That recognizes? (Not Jon Snow, who notoriously “knows nothing.”).
Snow, though banished from Westeros at series’ end since he killed his previous flame and surprise auntie Daenerys Targaryen after her quick reign of terror in King’s Landing, might even return as beneficiary (you recognize, if something should occur to Bran) as well as remain on the Iron Throne.
The growth of more stories for Snow would likewise suggest that every one of those “GOT” fans that complained regarding just how the series finished might get a kind of “reword,” even if it’s not the one they specifically wanted. (The story in the show went ahead of Martin’s “A Song of Ice and also Fire” publications, because he has yet to finish creating them.).
Other “GOT” prequel collection, including “Tales of Dunk and Egg,” based on Martin’s novellas of the same name, are in the receptacle at HBO. (And Martin has a “Thrones”- themed Broadway play prequel in development.).
However if this Jon Snow series progresses in time, fans do have a chance of seeing even more of the stories they believed were dead and gone– just like Snow himself … before he was resurrected.
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