Three more Game of Thrones spinoffs in the works
One will follow Dornish queen Nymeria while another will be set in King's Landing slum Flea Bottom.
HBO has announced that they’re working on three more Game of Thrones spinoffs.
None of these titles have been officially greenlit by the network and are still very much in the planning stage.
One of these projects is from Rome creator Bruno Heller and would follow Lord Corlys Velaryon, a character that’s set to appear in the upcoming House of the Dragon prequel played by Steve Toussaint.
Known as the Lord of the Tides, Velaryon was one of Westeros’s most famous and accomplished sailors. He commanded its largest navy and amassed a fortune to rival that of House Lannister.
The second project has the working title of 10,000 Ships and is set around 1,000 years before the events of Game of Thrones.
It would centre around the legendary warrior Queen Nymeria who founded the Kingdom of Dorne and is the ancestor of the current House Martell.
Not too much information is available about the third project other than that it would take place in the streets of Flea Bottom, a notorious poverty stricken slum in King’s Landing.
In addition to these three spinoffs, a series based on George R.R Martin’s Dunk and Egg novellas and an untitled animated Game of Thrones series are also in early development at HBO. These too have yet to be officially greenlit.
House of the Dragon will premiere sometime in 2022 and is set to explore the violent, bloody history of House Targaryen. Paddy Considine, Olivia Cooke, Emma D’ Arcy, Rhys Ifans and Matt Smith are all set to star.
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Source: The Hollywood Reporter