On April 2011, the first inaugural season of Game Of Thrones kicked off. The show quickly gained popularity in the fantasy genre and an add-on of adult theme. This approach found great success and leading to 8 seasons across its tenure and ending in 2019.
Even after several fan backlash and poor critical reviews, HBO refuses to leave the Game Of Thrones. A prequel show set 300 years before the event is currently in development by the network named as House Of Dragons and also one more piece named as Dunk And Egg.
Apparently, these weren’t enough, The Hollywood Reporter broke the news that an animated version of Game Of Thrones is also in development. The program is in its primary stage with HBO is currently focused in assembling its writing team.
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Streaming has become a big thing is the recent years and special thanks to Covid-19, promoting studios to produce more and more stuff expanding their subscriber base. So, now we will have to wait and see if this initiative by HBO will be fruitful or not.
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