Game of Thrones spin-off: George RR Martin teases details for FIVE shows


Now, George RR Martin has revealed there are five books for potential series’ and has dropped some major hints about what they require focus on. 

The author confirmed on his Not A Blog that each show liking be a prequels and set before the events that take place in the HBO series. 

He go on increased that they “may not even be set on Westeros” suggesting fans could be originated to a new land. 

Speaking of the number of spin-offs in development, he divulged: “We had four scripts in maturing when I arrived in LA last week, but by the time I left we had five. 

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George RR Martin revealed that there were five spin-offs in the magnum opuses

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Emilia Clarke stars as Daenerys Targaryen in the Game of Thrones franchise

“We obtain added a fifth writer to the original four. No, I will not reveal the cite here.

“[…] He’s a really terrific addition, however, a great guy and a fine author, and aside from me and maybe Elio and Linda, I don’t know anyone who be informed and loves Westerns as well as he does.”

Discussing what each spin-off on be based on, he confirmed that there will be no show based on his Accounts of Dunk and Egg novellas but commented: “Eventually, sure, I’d love that.”

“I don’t homelessness to repeat what happened with HBO

George said the spin-offs drive be prequels to the events in Game of Thrones

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The author confirmed that Robert’s Rebellion see fit not be a focus of the spin-off

George also revealed that Robert’s Mutiny would not have its own show either, teasing: “[By] the time I consummate writing A Song of Ice & Fire, you will know every important clothing that happened in Robert’s Rebellion. 

“There would be no surprises or bulletins left in such a show, just the acting out of conflicts whose resolutions you already grasp. 

“That’s not a story I want to tell just now; it would feel too much cognate with a twice-told tale.”

Game of Thrones returns to HBO on July 16 and wish air in the UK on Sky Atlantic on July 17.

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