HBO’s Game of Thrones came to an end in May 2019 after an epic eight-season run. Some viewers were happy with how the tale ended in the final season, while others were disappointed by how the series came to a close over its final two episodes. Over one million Game of Thrones fans demanded that HBO reshoot Season 8 without showrunners/writers David Benioff and D.B. Weiss in charge, and HBO complied. (However, because the network has stated that a redo will never happen, we don’t advocate holding your breath.)
As a result, some are speculating about the potential of HBO bringing back its iconic series for at least one more season in our current golden age of reboots and re-tooling, which has seen even long-dead TV shows return to life for a few more seasons. Were we ever going to meet Arya Stark (Maisie Williams) or Jon Snow (Kit Harington) on their journeys to Westeros’s west coast or northern wastelands? The ninth season of Game of Thrones is unlikely. Let’s look into it.
The story takes place in a fake medieval Europe-like fantasy world. Seasons in their world last several years, according to the script. There’s a long summer ahead of us, so the first season begins at the conclusion. A closer look at season 7 reveals that it’s nearing its end, and that spring will finally arrive in season 8.
George Martin’s novels “The Winds of Winter” and “A Dream of Spring” have similar titles. Sothoryos, a continent that has never been discovered, is one of three continents that make up Westeros, which is where the majority of the action takes place in the TV series.
In Westeros, seven Great Houses have been battling for centuries: the Starks, the Baratheons, the Lannisters, the Arryns, the Targaryens, and the Tyrrell. The war for the Iron Throne takes place in Westeros. The House Targaryens governed the Seven Kingdoms for many centuries until their ancestry began to fade.
In addition to Maisie Williams and Richard Madden, this season’s cast also included: Jon Snow, Michelle Fairley, Isaac Hempstead-Wright, and Art Parkinson; Sophie Turner and Kit Harington; and John Bradley and James Cosmo. After seeing the cast, the audience’s interest in the series will rise. I have no doubt that these casts will be well received by the audience.
There were some loose ends left untied by the eighth season of Game of Thrones, which aired in 2019, but it was still a satisfying conclusion. When Jon Snow returns to the Night’s Watch, what happens to him? How well-run is the North under Sansa’s rule? Arya’s discovery as she travels west of Westeros is possibly the most exciting aspect of the story.
According to HBO’s current schedule, there will be no ninth season of the show in January of 2022 or any other month in the near future. This doesn’t mean that it won’t ever come back. Dexter: New Blood on Showtime is one example of a show that has reappeared years after it’s original “ending,” albeit in a different form. However, if there is ever a direct successor to Game of Thrones, it will be a long time.
It’s been revealed that HBO is now working on a prequel series set 200 years before the events of Game of Thrones. The Dance of the Dragons, a bloody civil war fought between rival Targaryen families, will be the subject of this book.
Fans of the original Game of Thrones series will enjoy the tale, which is spicy, violent, and deep. HBO (and HBO Max) has yet to announce a release date, but we do know it will take place in 2022.
Game Of Thrones Season 9 Trailer
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Roman Martin is the California Examiner's Senior Managing Editor.
He has written for websites like Gameempress, BestTechie, and Machinima's Inside Gaming blog, as well as magazines like Nog Magazine.
Roman Martin has been a writer for a living for almost 20 years. He worked as a full-time reporter and associate editor for Leedaily, Nog magazine, and The Lake County Florida News. He also wrote long features for other print publications.