Published: Sat, January 13, 2018
Life&Culture | By Rose Hansen

Will there ever be a 'Game Of Thrones' revival?

Will there ever be a 'Game Of Thrones' revival?

Indeed, we learned a while ago that HBO had begun work developing five separate Game of Thrones spinoff shows, some of which are prequels, some of which are spinoffs, and some of which are based directly on material from author George R.R. Martin. GRRM is working with all of the writers on what he prefers to call "successor shows" rather than spinoffs or even prequels.

"David Milch is doing a rewrite that he and the producers were talking about", Bloys said with the update.

HBO recently confirmed the eighth-and-final season of the fantasy drama won't air until 2019. "We ave some really talented writers working on them". But there's no timetable. Not everybody is on the same schedule, so I've seen different versions of different things that are potentially exciting. One of the grittier and more vulgar (the show is well known for its heavy use of curse words, two in particular) takes on the Old West, Deadwood provides compelling entertainment built around the famous real town of Deadwood, South Dakota and loosely uses actual people for the basis of their characters. "I'm happy with what I'm seeing but don't have a time table yet in terms of how we're going to make decision".

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"It will be liberating, just the thought of having a whole year free - you shoot for six months, but half of the projects you might want to do will have started shooting before that six months is over", Harington added. "I've read the script, it's unbelievable", Bloys told journalists. That said, knowing more about the history of any of the races in the world of Ice and Fire would be intriguing and make a great TV series.

The HBO boss did previously say that "Game of Thrones" is the priority, and they won't do much of anything on the spinoff front until that series is done.

And, much like the next season of the show, there will be a long wait for them as well. It sucks for us, least we can look forward to something once GoT withdrawal sets in.

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