Game of Thrones has come to a close, but thankfully HBO is still committed to the franchise. And with so many stories left untold in Westeros and Essos, it’s no surprise that there is six potential Game of Thrones spin-offs currently in development at the network. Here’s everything you need to know about these upcoming projects!
Game of Thrones Spin-Offs Developments
HBO is still committed to the franchise, and with so many stories left untold in Westeros and Essos, it’s no surprise that there is six potential Game of Thrones spin-offs currently in development at HBO. Here’s everything you need to know about these upcoming projects!
Games of Thrones has come to a close, but thankfully HBO is still committed to the franchise – And with so many stories left untold in Westeros and Essos, it’s no surprise that there are six potential Games of Thrones spin-offs currently being developed by HBO. Here’s everything you need for these upcoming projects!
The first Game of Thrones spin-off to be given the green light by HBO is a series set in The Seven Kingdoms, following different characters and political factions. It’s being created by Jane Goldman and George RR Martin himself.
While there are so many directions this show could go, we’ll have to wait until 2020 when it releases before knowing for sure what will happen – but with such talent behind it, you know that whatever happens will not disappoint Game of Thrones fans. Across the world!
It looks like Westeros might need some time away from our screens due to how intense Games of Thrones was at times – But fear not… We’re about to have three new shows added to our TV screen soon.
We have been blessed with so many Games of Thrones spin-offs that will come to our screens soon. The most likely Games of Thrones spin-offs are:
A Game Of Thrones, set in the same world but following a different story and characters than the main show did, which is being created by Jane Goldman – But don’t worry Mr. George RR Martin himself has said he’ll be involved as well!
With such talent behind it, you can bet whatever they won’t disappoint Game of Thrones fans across the world. This one’s coming out in 2020 at the best guess. So we have some time before this release happens.
The Long Night, based on an idea from Max Borenstein (Godzilla), David Benioff and D.B Weiss, and Jane Goldman (X-Men: First Class) – This is for those who want to know what happened after the show ended!
The Long Night’s expected release date has not been announced yet, but 2020 seems likely as Games of Thrones spin-offs are released annually… so we’re guessing this one could come out around that time.
Robert’s Rebellion, based on an idea from Brian Helgeland (Lara Croft Tomb Raider), David Benioff, and D.B Weiss, AND Jane Goldman – Would explore Robert Baratheon uprising against Mad King Aerys Targaryen.
The Golden Age of Heroes (AKA The Long Night) – Will be a prequel to Games of Thrones, set about one generation before the events in Games. It will take place during the “golden age” when Westeros is largely at peace for some time after Aegon Targaryen conquered and unified six out of seven kingdoms into one realm with his dragons.
Grand Maester Pycelle’s Game of Cups & Stones –
A spin-off following Grand Maester Pycelle in King’s Landing as he tries to navigate through the politics that are going on around him.
Khal Drago: Winter Is Here! –
This would explore Tomorrowland within Planets, where humans live beneath ice sheets.
The Citadel –
Set inside the walls of Oldtown, it would focus on Maester’s life and their roles at The Citadel.
Robert Baratheon: King in Exile –
A series following Robert as he is transported to Essos by a magic spell before Games began. He rules over a kingdom there with his wife Cersei until they are slain by a usurper who takes control of both Westeros and Essos.
Bran Stark & Friends –
This spin-off will follow Bran and other children from Winterfell at school together beyond the Wall, where they learn how to wield magical abilities such as warning (taking possession of animals), skin changing (possessing humans), or tree whispering (communicating with trees.)
Dorne, The Land of Fire & Mountains –
Following a few over characters from this region of Westeros, we get to see what life is like for those living there. From old rulers who have lost much but are still proud to younger generations filled with ambition and drive, these stories cover decades through fear, love, or war.