With solely two extra episodes of Season 1 of Home of the Dragon, many followers at the moment are questioning simply how lengthy this new epic fantasy sequence will run.
Already, the TV present has been renewed for Season 2, which has some viewers questioning if HBO will attempt to include the Dance of the Dragons battle between the Targaryens to solely two seasons.
As but, there was no official phrase from HBO relating to how lengthy it is going to run, however there was the suggestion that Home of the Dragon might wind up as an anthology series, that means that we might get a number of varied tales from Home Targaryen.
Followers have additionally commented on how shortly Season 1 has stormed forward to get via vital tracts of time so as to get everybody on top of things on the backstory forward of the large battle involving Princess Rhaenyra (Emma D’Arcy) and Queen Alicient (Olivia Cooke).
The idea by some is that HBO will condense your complete story — perhaps even into simply two seasons.
Nevertheless, creator George R. R. Martin has simply put it on the market that he want to see 4 seasons of the brand new sequence, which is a prequel to Recreation of Thrones.
George R. R. Martin desires 4 seasons of Home of the Dragon
In accordance with George R. R. Martin’s blog, the creator who penned Hearth and Blood, on which Home of the Dragon is predicated, he want to see a complete of 4 seasons so as to correctly inform the story.
“It’s going to take 4 full seasons of 10 episodes every to do justice to the Dance of the Dragons, from begin to end,” Martin wrote.
The Dance of the Dragons refers back to the civil battle that erupts after the dying of King Viserys (portrayed by Paddy Considine) and can start playing out from Episode 9, which airs on Sunday night time.
This might imply that Season 1 has, up to now, explored solely the backstory main as much as the battle and can now have three seasons to discover the bloody battles that unfold. As long as what Martin says is okayed by HBO.
Will Home of the Dragon get 4 seasons, although?
Whereas George R. R. Martin might want 4 seasons of the massively standard fantasy sequence, the choice, in the end, lies with HBO relating to a continuation.
Beforehand, with Recreation of Thrones, HBO had wished the unique sequence to run longer than it did however the showrunners, David Benioff and D.B. Weiss, insisted it was to be all tied up in Season 8.
Whereas Martin was additionally related with the unique present, he didn’t have as a lot management of it as he does now with Home of the Dragon so it appears very potential that HBO might give him precisely what he desires in regard to how he expects his imaginative and prescient to play out.
However, for now, followers will simply have to attend for the official phrase from HBO earlier than anticipating extra installments past Season 2.
Home of the Dragon airs each Sunday night time at 9/8c on HBO Max.