House of the Dragon bosses already have a planned ending


Dragon House the showrunners are definitely well-prepared and hopeful when it comes to how the show will unfold.

Talk to ComicBook.comRyan Condal and Miguel Sapochnik have revealed they already have a very specific ending in mind for the prequel series to the hit HBO show, game of thrones.

Luck also worked in their favor compared to the writers of their parent show. With game of thronesGeorge RR Martin has yet to publish or unveil the ending for his book series, so DB Weiss and David Benioff had to design their own ending.


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Dragon House is based on author 2018 Fire & Blood book, which follows the story of House Targaryen as they ruled Westeros before a civil war brought them down.

“We have a very, very specific idea of ​​what we want to do, but we can’t tell you that,” Sapochnik said. “I think the important thing is that it’s a… Think of it as a Episode IVthe star wars episode iv.

“So it’s kind of, we’re in the middle of a rich history full of stories to tell and that’s a good place to start.”

matt smith as targaryen demon, house of the dragon


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The showrunners also dubbed the new show “the most obvious successor to pursue,” as almost nothing was revealed about the Targaryens in the eight seasons of the original series.

“It made the most sense because we didn’t learn anything about the Targaryens in the original series, not really,” echoed Condal.

“I mean, we got to know Daenerys and Viserys really well a bit, until he melted. And so it’s fascinating to go from this world where there was no Targaryen and they were trying to recover the crumbs of this empire at a time when [it was] the height of their power, their decadence and their glory and see what it was really like when they were in power with dragons.”

game of thrones seasons 1-8 are available on DVD and Blu-ray. Dragon House will air Season 1 weekly in the US on Sundays HBOand on Monday in the UK the Atlantic Sky and now.


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