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Renewal cannot be completed: HBO has decided the fate of ‘House of the Dragon’ after season 2

Renewal cannot be completed: HBO has decided the fate of ‘House of the Dragon’ after season 2
Renewal cannot be completed: HBO has decided the fate of ‘House of the Dragon’ after season 2

Photo source: Still from the series “House of the Dragon”

Renewal cannot be completed: HBO has decided the fate of ‘House of the Dragon’ after season 2

Photo source: Still from the series “House of the Dragon”

The continuation of the spin-off was not appreciated by all critics.

The opinions of Game of Thrones fans who got early access to the first episodes of the second season of House of the Dragon are polarly divided. While some praise the highly anticipated new product for its action, drama and unprecedented brutality, others note its overly leisurely pace and dull beginning. And after HBO’s news, only half of viewers will rejoice.

Even before the full second season premiere, the series was still renewed by a third, giving the project a rare lead for a cable media giant. At the same time, George Martin previously hinted that the project would not stop at three seasons.

“We are already working on the script for the third and fourth seasons of the fantasy drama!” – the famous writer boasted on his blog.

Set 200 years before the events of Game of Thrones, the first season of House of the Dragon chronicles the civil war within House Targaryen known as the Dance of Dragons. The plot revolves around the battle for the throne between Princess Rhaenyra Targaryen, designated heir of King Viserys I, and her half-brother Aegon II, who also claims the throne.

Tensions rise as political intrigue escalates into open war, involving not only House Targaryen, but the other great houses of Westeros. Against the backdrop of dragons and large-scale battles, complex relationships and betrayals are revealed, creating a tragic story in which there are no winners and none.

The debut of the second season of “House of the Dragon” takes place on June 16 and viewers should see an adaptation of one of the most tragic chapters in the history of Westeros called “Blood and Cheese” – Rhaenyra will be brutally sage avenges Lucerys’ death.

For those who can’t wait for the premiere, we recommend brightening up the wait with the Russian version of Game of Thrones, which on paper sounds no less intriguing than the original.

Author: Alexey Pletkin

Source: Popcorn News

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