Fans of “House of the Dragon” got the main seed for the second season straight from the mouth of showrunner Ryan Kondal. In the second season, he will work alone after the resignation of his colleague Miguel Sapochnik. Condal and writer George RR Martin attended an HBO conference where Ryan announced how many new dragons will be coming in the second season.
“Filming will start very soon,” Kondal admitted. “In the second season, you will meet five new dragons.” This news drew a storm of applause from the audience, as the famous dragons play an important role in the story of House Targaryen’s Civil War. Martin also added that he wrote Fire and Blood purely as a filming plan for House of the Dragon. “It was a fictional history book,” he said. “He claimed Queen Aimma Airren was dying in childbirth and her son was dying (within an hour). However, nowhere does it say this is the most gruesome birth scene ever filmed for television. It’s solely the prerogative of (Kondal) and his writers,” the writer joked.
The first season of “House of the Dragon” was released on HBO (and Russian Amediateka) on August 21, 2022 and became a real phenomenon, dominating among other TV series for 10 episodes.
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