The prequel to the critically acclaimed Game of Thrones is speculated to be set for release in 2022. HBO the television network responsible for the first 8 seasons of Game Of Thrones has ordered 10 episodes of the spinoff “House of the Dragon” to be produced.
HBOs Programming Chief Casey Bloy’s told Variety said, “We look forward to exploring the origins of House Targaryen and earlier days of Westeros. My guess is we’ll see it on the air in ’22.”
“House of the Dragons” is based on R.R. Martin’s “Fire and Blood” book released in 2018. Martin published the first of two planned volumes, in which details the 300 years before the Game of Thrones specifically with regards to the occurrences in House Targaryen.
The book is subdivided in terms of the various Kings history, documented by the Grand Maesters starting with Aegon Targaryen the First along with his sister-wives Visenya and Rhaenys, escapade in Westeros, the domination of six of the seven kingdoms, the attempted conquest of Dorne, and then his years of Kingship.