Here’s all we know about Season 2 of House of the Dragon, the spin-off of Game of Thrones. Set two centuries before the events of the main series, Fire & Blood delves into the years leading up to the fall of House Targaryen and the great civil war known as the “Dance of the Dragons.”
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House of the Dragon Season 2 Release Date
Production for the second season of House of the Dragon began in April in the United Kingdom and moved to Spain in May. Filming is slated to wrap up sometime this winter.
The ongoing Hollywood writers’ strike won’t disrupt the production of Season 2 because all screenplays were finished in advance. Ryan Condal, the show’s executive producer, purportedly stayed on set during a no-writing, no-editing, no-network-notes production.
HBO’s CEO Casey Bloys has said that 2024 “is a good guess” for Season 2 of House of the Dragon. Despite Bloys’s assertion that the sequel won’t be Emmy-eligible until the following year, the publication and Deadline both speculate that it will return in the summer.
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How Many Episodes Will Be in House of the Dragon Season 2?
Deadline reports that the second season of House of the Dragon will include eight episodes, two fewer than the first and that HBO is considering giving the series a greenlight for a third season to complete the story of the Dance of Dragons.
Despite franchise creator George R. R. Martin’s claim in a blog post that it will “take four full seasons of 10 episodes” to “do justice” to the narrative, the showrunners were reportedly aiming for three to four seasons. House of the Dragon will probably last for four seasons, yet the tale could grow into Season 5 due to the fewer episodes.
In Season 2 of House of the Dragon, What Can We Expect?
The death of King Viserys I Targaryen in Season 1 of House of the Dragon set the stage for what will be a full-scale civil war for the Iron Throne in Westeros, commonly referred to as the “Dance of the Dragons.” The newlywed Targaryens Rhaenyra and Daemon are getting ready to go to war with the reigning monarch, Aegon II.
The Blacks, led by Rhaenyra, will have the support of House Velaryon, the largest navy in Westeros, and scores of dragons. Greens led by Aegon II include the Hightower siblings Alicent and Otto, Ser Criston Cole, Aemond, and Vhagar, the largest dragon in Westeros.
Those interested in the specifics of the impending civil war between the two groups should read George R. R. Martin’s Fire & Blood.
House of the Dragon Season 2: Where to Watch?
New episodes of Season 2 of House of the Dragon will launch weekly on HBO and simultaneously on Max, the rebranded Warner Bros. streaming service, formerly HBO Max, much like the first season did.
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