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Why Did Fans of House Of The Dragon Dislike The New Female Cast Members?

Fans of House Of The Dragon' Dislike The New Female Cast

Fans of House Of The Dragon' Dislike The New Female Cast

Fans of Milly Alcock and Emily Carey’s young Princess Rhaenyra and Alicent Hightower didn’t seem to be too shocked to see them replaced by older actresses Emma D’Arcy and Olivia Cooke on Sunday’s episode of House of the Dragon. Here you will read details about why fans dislike the female cast of House of The Dragon? Know details:

The vengeful and petty Queen Alicent was the perfect villain for the Game of Thrones spinoff on HBO and the time jump of ten years gave viewers exactly what they wanted to hate.

If you haven’t seen the most recent episode of “Game of Thrones” Alicent was best friends with Rhaenyra until she married their father, King Viserys Targaryen (Paddy Considine) and started having his children. On the day that the much older Rhaenyra gave birth to her third son, the queen demanded an immediate audience with the newborn, bringing to a head their long-simmering animosity.

Why? Since Rhaenyra’s legal husband, Ser Laenor Velaryon is not the father, Alicent is aware of the situation. In episode 6, we learn that the real father is none other than the heroic and loving Ser Harwin Strong (Ryan Corr). So that her son, not Rhaenyra’s can take the Iron Throne, Alicent is eager to reveal the truth.

Fans, however, don’t seem to give a hoot about Rhaenyra’s sexual orientation. They’ve already made up their minds about who the real villain is and it isn’t Ser Harwin. It’s Viserys’s wife. Below are excerpts from some of their more colorful attacks on the villainous Alicent caution: they contain strong language.

Why the huge gap in the timeline? To set the stage for the real drama to unfold, showrunner Ryan Condal says that many hints will be dropped. He told The Hollywood Reporter, “I’m excited about the pace and the structure of the story that we’re telling in the first season.” “It’s very intricate. This generational conflict plays out over a long period of time because it requires children to marry, mature into adulthood and eventually have children of their own.

HBO gave [former showrunner Miguel Sapochnik] the freedom to tell this incredibly complex story in a really patient and character-driven way which sets up the first season to launch you into arguably the most famous and bloody conflict in Westeros’s history.

Fans, get used to the sudden jumps in time. Even more, the company is on the way. It’s the difference between what we’ve made here and what we would have been forced to make at another outlet as Condal put it. No other venue would have had the patience or courage to let us tell this story.

Fans of House Of The Dragon Dislike The New Female Cast

This, however, is not the right way to tell this story. It’s a story about a conflict between different generations. By the time the first sword is drawn, you will know who everyone is and why they are there. Instead of being spoon-fed exposition, all the background information is right there. In this way, you can observe the entire process.

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