House of the Dragon could wind up working on HBO for longer than 4 seasons, according to the business’s Drama Chief. Serving as a spinoff of Game of Thrones, House of the Dragon adjusts the occasions of author George R.R. Martin’s Fire & Blood. The reveal premiered on HBO last summertime, making primarily favorable evaluations and turning into one of the network’s most popular offerings.

Although deal with House of the Dragon season 2 is still continuous, HBO Drama Chief Francesa Orsi informs Deadline that the dream series could up choosing more than 4 seasons. Martin formerly stated that a minimum of 4 seasons would be required to inform the Fire & Blood story, however the report mentions that he and showrunner Ryan Condal have actually apparently likewise thought about season 3 as an endpoint. Orsi, nevertheless, paints a various photo. Check out the Drama Chief’s complete remark below:

“It hasn’t been finalized yet, it’s still under discussion. George and Ryan are going to meet after the writers strike. They had originally planned to meet before the strike took place and that was to figure out at what point the series itself was going to end. Is it four seasons? I don’t think from where I sit at this point will be any less than four. But could be more. We’ll see.”

House Of The Dragon Shouldn’t Repeat Game Of Thrones’ Mistakes

(*4*) Custom image of Rhaenyra in House of the Dragon and Daenerys in Game of Thrones.

Although Game of Thrones was, for a long period of time, the most popular program on tv, its last couple of seasons were the target of much criticism. Later seasons of the program included decreased episode counts, which is extensively seen to have actually led to hurried storytelling and unearned or complicated character conclusions. What’s more, Game of Thrones formally passed Martin’s books in seasons 5 and 6, with seasons 7 and 8 mostly coming from the minds of developers D.B. Weiss and David Benioff.

With Martin himself formerly making plain that he thinks 4, 10-episode seasons are required to talk of Fire & Blood, House of the Dragon could wind up making a few of Game of Thrones‘ exact same errors if it goes on for too long. If it does encompass season 5 or season 6, the program could either drag out the occasions of the book over too long a duration or go beyond the book and divert into uncharted narrative area.

One House of the Dragon season 2 choice – to minimize the episode count from 10 to 8 – has actually currently been consulted with some doubt, with worry that the spinoff will face the exact same problems that Game of Thrones did when it slashed its own episode count. While numerous concerns stay about the future of House of the Dragon, it’s clear that the very best future for the program will include getting as numerous seasons as essential to correctly inform the story, without over-extending things past a natural endpoint.

Source: Deadline