The plot of House of the Dragon 2, which will arrive in Italy on SKY and NOW, will begin immediately after the events of the first season
Lo showrunner Ryan Condal has teased fans about what they can expect from the new season of House of the Dragon, a prequel series to Game of Thrones. In particular, the second season will build on the facts narrated in the first season finale.
After the extraordinary success of House of the Dragon, prequel series of Game of Thrones, the anticipation of the fans is skyrocketing for the arrival of the second season. Filming has started in recent daysand the showrunner, host of the Contenders TV event, took care of revealing new details.
New story details for House of the Dragon 2
I’m thrilled to be able to pick up where we left off, which was the ending of the first one. We can now re-enter the more traditional rhythms of storytelling and Game of Thrones. We’ve always talked about this particular tale, even George RR Martin did, as a Shakespearean or a Greek tragedy. This series is very much about a house that is falling apart inside. Now that all the pieces have been put on the board, I’m really excited to tell the next chapter, to see what happens now that Viserys is gone and not keeping tabs on things anymore.
Those were the words of House of the Dragon 2 showrunner Ryan Condal the series is inspired by the book Fire and bloodand written by George RR Martin (also executive producer) and set 200 years before the events told in the novels that make up the saga directed by D.B. Weiss e David Benioff. In the cast of the second season we find Matt Smith, Olivia Cooke, Emma D’Arcy, Eve Best, Steve Toussaint, Fabien Frankel, Ewan Mitchell, Tom Glynn-Carney, Sonoya Mizuno and Rhys Ifans. The second season of House of the Dragon (here you will find our review of the first season) will arrive in Italy on SKY and NOW.
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