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For all our complaints about Dragon Housethe first season– its elongated winding up to the obvious events of the jump, its script mapped out in the textbooks, its delay of all the interesting and consequential stuff – we have to say: when Ramin Djawadi’s score kicks off each week, we’re just happy to have an hour more in Westeros. It takes us back to a simpler time, when we were sweet summer kids in the spring of 2011. Let the franchise continue. May it last for generations and always give us something to complain about.
Now, as we wrap up Episode 10 and Season 1, the long-awaited civil war, the “Dance of the Dragons” finally finally almost almost started. While we thought the conflict between Aegon II and Rhaenyra over the vacant throne of Viserys would be more of a centerpiece of the season, we instead came to see the series’ slower arc: Season 1, as a kind of prologue. , only sets the stage for the two-year war that will decide the King of Westeros. (If you want to avoid Season 2 spoilers, avoid articles summarizing the Dance of the Dragons.)
With such deliberate rhythm, Dragon House looks set for at least one more season and maybe more. It’s worth remembering that the events of the series, even after the time jumps, still place the date over a hundred years before Daenerys Targaryen was even born, allowing for additional decades of drama, inbreeding, and end of life. Targaryen’s dramatic conversation. hmmm.
Here’s what we know about the future of the series.
East Dragon House Back for season 2?
East poppy milk the best medicine for a king’s pain? The answer is yes.
Shortly after the premiere, HBO announced its intention to renew the series for a second season, noting its almost instant popularity; the series attracted the largest new series audience in HBO history. (But can we really call this a new series?)
There are also rumors that the series will continue after season 2 and into season 3 – rumors fueled by its star Matt Smith, who let slip the plans on an episode of the Happy Sad Confused podcast because after episode 6’s time jump: “Once we’ve made the jump, we’re in. I’m pretty sure from there on there won’t be any big jumps in time, especially next season and the one after.”
The one after. Damn, yes.
When Dragon House Is season 2 coming out?
The United Kingdom BT reported that production on season 2 has begunwhich is set to begin filming in the summer of 2023. Other sources have reported that filming could start in the spring. Filming for Season 1 began in April 2021, and the season then aired nearly fifteen months later.
While there’s still a chance for a faster Season 2 production, we’re not too optimistic.
Expect a late summer or fall 2024 air date for Season 2.
What will season 2 be about?
So far, the series has worked freely on the author George RR Martin’s Doorstop Handbook Fire & Blood, a sort of history book for Westeros and the Targaryens. The book includes all the major events of Season 1 and the story that followed, the events following the death of King Viserys I, including the ensuing civil war.
Season 2 will likely cover all or part of the next two years, 129-131 AC. This period will decide the successor to the Iron Throne. While it’s unclear which part of Civil War season 2 will skip, we can probably expect a more standard timeline with no time jumps. The characters and actors should be more or less fixed for the next season.
Who will return in season 2?
Expect the same players as Season 1, representing the Targaryens, Hightowers, and Velaryon.
Season 2 is should also feature the Starksthe Northern family to play an important role in the coming civil war.
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