Olivia Cooke stars as Alicent Hightower in Season 1 of HBO's House of the Dragon
Olivia Cooke stars as Alicent Hightower in Season 1 of Home of the Dragon. Pic credit score: HBO

HBO’s upcoming epic fantasy spinoff collection, Home of the Dragon, has many Recreation of Thrones followers excited. The brand new collection will delve into the history of House Targaryen and will probably be set lots of of years earlier than the occasions that unfolded within the authentic collection.

Season 1 will premiere on August 21, however, already, it seems to be just like the community is already geared towards Season 2.

Writing has reportedly began on Season 2

With Home of the Dragon dropping in August, it appears probably that manufacturing is close to full on Season 1. So, it is sensible to be already trying ahead to Season 2 despite the fact that HBO is but to formally announce its renewal.

Nonetheless, followers must be cautious about any present hypothesis that emerges relating to the viability of the TV present. Even so, fansite Redanian Intelligence has stepped up and is claiming that work is presently underway relating to writing the scripts for Season 2.

Redanian Intelligence was initially arrange as a fansite for Netflix’s The Witcher. Nonetheless, due to its usually correct reporting in terms of rumors, it has additionally branched out to incorporate different comparable fandoms, one in every of which is the Recreation of Thrones universe.

The fansite lately famous that their confidential sources have advised them that writing has undoubtedly begun on Season 2 of Home of the Dragon.

Nonetheless, as a result of this isn’t an official outlet and since the supply has not been named instantly, followers ought to hold their pleasure contained for only a bit longer.

However how probably is HBO to resume the fantasy collection?

Emma D'Arcy stars as Princess Rhaenyra Targaryen in Season 1 of HBO's House of the Dragon
Emma D’Arcy stars as Princess Rhaenyra Targaryen in Season 1 of Home of the Dragon. Pic credit score: HBO

HBO appears assured in Home of the Dragon’s reputation

HBO could be very devoted to the Recreation of Thrones universe. As quickly as the unique collection ended, the community was already participating on the place within the universe they might broaden to.

Initially, a pilot was produced that was rumored to be titled The Long Night. Nonetheless, this fell by the wayside, and HBO as a substitute greenlit Home of the Dragon — with out even ordering a pilot episode first.

So, that definitely bodes nicely for a way viable HBO thinks their product is even earlier than filming had begun.

Along with this, HBO’s programming chief, Casey Bloys, additionally spoke to The Hollywood Reporter again in February relating to Season 2 of Home of the Dragon.

“Sometimes talking, I wish to take an method the place we’ll speak about what a second season may seem like and speak about scripts,” Boys mentioned on the time.

“However we have a tendency to love to see how a present performs. That mentioned, if I had been betting, I’d say there’s a fairly good shot that Home of the Dragon will get a Season 2.”

As for when official information will drop relating to a renewal? As identified by Boys, HBO often likes to attend till a season has dropped, and the numbers are beginning to roll in earlier than greenlighting one other installment.

“We have a tendency to love issues to air and provides it a while. That mentioned, on most reveals, we’ll do preparation and put ourselves in a superb place to maneuver ahead,” Boys additionally added.

So, for the second, viewers must wait till Season 1 drops earlier than they may probably hear extra in regards to the present’s future.

Season 1 of Home of the Dragon will premiere on August 21, 2022, on HBO Max.