GAME OF THRONES Jon Snow sequel series is in the works at HBO

GAME OF THRONES Jon Snow sequel series is in the works at HBO
GAME OF THRONES Jon Snow sequel series is in the works at HBO

You have no idea what HBO has in store for them after the end of Game of Thrones. A live-action spin-off series centered on the fan-favorite character Jon Snow has started the early stages of development at the network. This will be the first sequel to the critically acclaimed fantasy drama that the network has produced. Kit Harington is now in talks to return to the role in the event that a series is developed. The performance of the actor as a heroic action figure who, although living in a harsh world, strives to keep the honorable standards set by his family earned him two Emmy nominations. Jon Snow found out in the eighth and final season of Game of Thrones that his real name was Aegon Targaryen, and that he was a potential heir to the Iron Throne. At the conclusion of the show, he was cast out of Westeros and forced to travel with the Wildlings to the North of the Wall in order to escape his previous existence.

After finishing his work on all eight seasons of Game of Thrones, Kit Harington has made an appearance in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, most notably as a co-star in the upcoming film Eternals (2021). In a live production of Henry V put on by the National Theater not so long ago, he was also recently featured in the title role. On Game of Thrones, the actor earned a reputation for being able to persevere through some of the most taxing filming of an episode, including the famed 11 weeks of night shoots over the winter season in Northern Ireland.

The announcement points to an intriguing new course for HBO's management of the fantasy universe created by author George R.R. Martin. The move is similar to how Disney+ manages its Star Wars and Marvel brands, where the streaming service has found success launching character-focused sequel series such as WandaVision (starring Elizabeth Olsen as Wanda Maximoff) and Obi-Wan Kenobi (with Ewan McGregor reprising his iconic role).

The project would upend the final season of Game of Thrones as the final word on the destinies of the remaining characters in HBO's most popular and Emmy-winning series of all time. This would be perhaps the most daring thing the project would do from a creative standpoint. In theory, the project could open the door for other surviving characters from the Game of Thrones universe to reappear, such as Arya Stark (Maisie Williams), Sansa Stark (Sophie Turner), and Brienne of Tarth. These characters include Arya Stark (Maisie Williams), Sansa Stark (Sophie Turner), and Brienne of Tarth (Gwendoline Christie).

The announcement of this new development brings the total number of upcoming Game of Thrones productions to seven. This number does not include the forthcoming House of the Dragon prequel series, which will premiere on August 21. A civil war breaks out within House Targaryen in the prequel novel, Dragon, which takes place around 200 years before the events of Thrones.

Other live-action prequels being developed by HBO include 10,000 Ships (also known as Nymeria) with showrunner Amanda Segel, and 9 Voyages (also known as The Sea Snake) with showrunner Bruno Heller, and Dunk and Egg with showrunner Steve Conrad. All of these projects are currently in various stages of development. There are also three animated prequel projects in development, one of which is titled The Golden Empire and takes place in the fictional country of Yi Ti, which is modeled by China.

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