There are now five Game of Thrones prequels in the works

Danny Woods
September 23, 2017

Game of Thrones recently wrapped up its record-breaking seventh season and has only one more season (with just six episodes) remaining in what has been a blockbuster run on HBO, marked by massive viewership and critical acclaim. Not bad, but not the greatness I expected having watched the show.Now I'm about 770 pages into the second book, and it makes me sleepy nearly every time I pick it up.I'm not a fan of George R.R. Martin's writing style, which seems, like the show, slow and drawn out.

Not five spin-off will not be centered Ser Duncan the Great nor Aegon V. In any case, with the TV show HBO, the possibilities are endless and we are eager to know more, but in the meantime, discoverif you are unchallengeable on the dead of Game of Thrones! He's been part of the show since the beginning... since before the beginning, actually, since he was first hired as assistant to David Benioff and D B Weiss way before the series got on the air, before even the pilot had been filmed.

But let's be clear Martin has insisted that the shows are not spin-offs but prequels and that none of the main cast from the hit HBO series will be involved in the projects.

A fifth Game of Thrones prequel has been confirmed to be in the works. "Bryan's series will be an adaptation, and one that will thrill most fans of the books, I think, set during a very exciting period of Westerosi history". Cogman developed the project by working closely with author George R.R. Martin, who cryptically referenced the existence of an additional unconfirmed prequel on his blog months ago (and has now added some new comments on his blog, below).

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He joins Brian Helgeland, Carly Wray, Jane Goldman and Max Borenstein for the top secret projects.

The prequel news should come as no surprise to "Game of Thrones" fans.

Martin has also shared that the Game of Thrones prequel will not be an immediate predecessor to the series, such as the events of Robert's Rebellion.

Given the material that Martin has produced set in Westeros, Cogman's series nearly certainly concerns Targaryen history.

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