Game Of Thrones' Second Prequel May Be a Spin-Off Based on House Targaryen, Should We Expect More Dragons?
Game of Thrones' new prequel may be on House Targaryen (Photo Credits: Instagram)

Game Of Thrones concluded with its final season in May 2019 and after the show's ending left fans disappointed, the announcement about the upcoming prequel has kept them hopeful for a better show. After HBO announced that they will be bringing Blood Moon, a prequel that is set around 5000 years before the events of Game Of Thrones with a new cast which will air in 2020, we hear, another prequel may be in the works. According to a report on Deadline, author George RR Martin is working on a project set roughly 300 years before events depicted in the series that has a major House Targaryen connection. Game Of Thrones Prequel Will Have the Stark Family, Direwolves and White Walkers Confirms Author George RR Martin.

Reports suggest that Martin is said to be deriving the program from his book Fire & Blood, and developing the pilot will be Ryan Condal, who is known for creating popular shows such as Colony along with Lost producer Carlton Cuse. This prequel will track the journey of House Targaryen. The book tells stories of previous Targaryen kings, like Aegon the Conqueror, the first ruler of Westeros, and Aegon the Dragonbane, whom are ancestors of Daenerys Targaryen (Emilia Clarke) and Jon Snow (Kit Harrington).

In May Martin had suggested that three of the five original Thrones spin-off concepts that HBO started considering a few years ago were still in process. “Two other shows remain in the script stage, but are edging closer,” Martin wrote on his blog. He further added saying, “What are they about? I cannot say. But maybe some of you should pick up a copy of Fire & Blood and come up with your own theories.”GOT Creator George RR Martin Binge-Watches HBO’s Chernobyl, Wants It to Win a ‘Truckload of Emmys’.

HBO has already produced another related pilot that takes place thousands of years before Game of Thrones starring Naomi Watts. Although, the network is yet to take the next step of greenlighting a complete series based on that concept.