When HBO announced that they had canceled their untitled Game of Thrones prequel starring Naomi Watts, it was revealed that other spinoffs were still in the works and that one had already been given the greenlight.
Now it has been revealed at a press event at Warner Bros. Studios that the project is titled House of the Dragon, another Game of Thrones prequel, and that it will be available on the upcoming HBO Max streaming service, which launches in 2020. More on the report below.
As we saw in the official trailer for Game of Thrones season eight, some scary shit is about to go down at Winterfell.
Now HBO has released a new teaser video titled “Aftermath” two weeks before the final season of the series arrives—a little under two weeks in fact. The video appears to show Winterfell after said scary shit has come and gone. And let’s just say…you should not go into this one expecting sunshine and rainbows.
You can check out the video, as well as a pair of promos HBO has also released titled “Together” and “Survival,” below.
A teaser for Game of Thrones season eight has been released by HBO.
The teaser doesn’t show any actual footage from the show’s final season, instead focusing on a meeting of ice and fire—the book series written by George R.R. Martin the show is based on, “A Song of Ice and Fire,” visualized.
It’s been a long, long wait for fans since Game of Thrones season seven came to a close over a year ago now. And while that wait will continue into 2019, as we learned in July, all we knew as of then was that it would be sometime in the first half of the year.
Now we have something to finally focus in on. HBO has announced that Game of Thrones season eight will arrive in April of 2019. The perfect time to kick off the show’s final season, considering that all but two of the seven seasons premiered in April. And one of those two began just one day before April.
HBO made the announcement with a video, which you can check out below.