Game Of Thrones Prequel House of The Dragon to Premiere August

Game Of Thrones Prequel House of The Dragon to Premiere August. HBO has decided to bring back the Fire-breathing dragons, White-haired royals, and mind-bending fantastical politics from the “Game of Thrones” universe back to the small screen this coming august.

Game Of Thrones Prequel House of The Dragon to Premiere August

It has been announced by Warner Media that “House of the Dragon,” a spin-off of its blockbuster Tv series would be premiering on the 21st of August, with HBO Max serving as the exclusive streaming destination.

Game Of Thrones Prequel House of The Dragon Premiere Set for August

The show was based on George R.R. martin’s novel titled “Fire & Blood” and it talks about the Targaryen’s throne tussle some 200 years before events covered by the “Game of Thrones.” Fresh character images have also been released and described from its upcoming series that will unfold across 10 episodes in its first season.

Details concerning the plot have been kept under wraps, but if the source material is right as said, then house Targaryen will once again take advantage of the center stage. The story kicks off with the legendary Aegon I Targaryen, the one who created the famous Iron Throne, and recounts the tale of his successors across multiple generations as they engaged in a bloody war concerning who would claim the kingship.

The conflict was recognized as the dance of the dragons, which was dominated by a civil war that took place between Targaryen – played by Emma D’Arcy – and her brother. Paddy Constine enacts the role of king Viserys Targaryen, who was described as a decent lad that is shouldering the legacy of his grandfather.

Targaryens and Dragons

Daemon Targaryen, brother of viserys and the next in line for the throne was played by Matt Smith. Touted to be a warrior that is unmatched and someone made notable by dragon blood, Smith’s character sounds more like a true Targaryen – and with that distinction, a real harbinger of fiery royal conflict. The remaining cast are:

  • Olivia Cooke as Alicent Hightower
  • Steve Toussaint as Lord Corlys Velaryon (The Sea Snake)
  • and Eve Best playing the role of Princess Rhaenys Targaryen.

Just as one would expect from a show of this scale, the house of dragon cast is a generous supporting cast.

The should as expected is highly anticipated, and it would be debuting a month ahead of another hotly anticipated property, “The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power.” In the past month, Martin stated on his blog that he has seen unfinished scenes from “House of the Dragon,” and he was quite happy with them. “I have seen rough cuts of a few of them, and I’m loving them,” he wrote. Martin that was credited as a co-creator and executive producer, praised the holy trifecta of acting, directing, and writing that delivered the show. A second season is yet to be confirmed, but would likely get announced soon after the series streaming debut.


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