Game of Thrones Sequel Series, Starring Jon Snow, in Early Development at HBO: Reports

Game of Thrones Sequel Series, Starring Jon Snow, in Early Development at HBO: Reports

Game of Thrones Sequel Series, Starring Jon Snow, in Early Development at HBO: Reports

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A Game of Thrones sequel focusing on fan-favorite, unkillable character Jon Snow is in development at HBO, according to Hollywood Business Reports.


Kit Harington – whose stoic warrior Snow was last seen banished from Westeros in the finale of Thrones – is attached to star if the spin-off series continues, The Hollywood Reporter and Variety said, citing unnamed sources.

HBO declined to comment, and representatives for Harington did not immediately respond to an AFP request for comment.

If the show does get the green light, it would be the last in an ever-expanding television universe based on the fantasy novels of George RR Martin.

Three live-action prequel series are already in the works — including “House of the Dragon,” which hits screens in August — as well as three animated prequels.

But the so-called Jon Snow series would be the first to take place after the events of the hit Game of Thrones, which bowed out with a deeply divisive final season in 2019.

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While several major characters died, Snow – who was revealed to be Aegon Targaryen, a potential heir to the Iron Throne – left Westeros in exile, heading for the cold and savage North.

His character had previously been brought back from death, having been betrayed earlier in the series.

News of the possible spin-off has drawn mixed reactions from fans online, with some excited to see more of the arguably standout character from Thrones, and others questioning the logic of reshooting the disappointing finale of the series. original broadcast.

“Bro just redid last season at this point… We’re not going to get mad at you and you’re going to earn all that money again and have a shot at a competent ending,” a popular Reddit post said.

During its eight-year run from 2011, Game of Thrones was a worldwide phenomenon, winning a record 59 Emmys with its warring families and fire-breathing dragons, medieval violence and relentless sex.

Martin signed a five-year deal with HBO in 2021, worth an estimated “eight figures” in dollars, to develop shows both in and beyond the Thrones universe.

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