Ever since the final episode of the hit award-winning show Game of Thrones aired fans have been eagerly and desperately waiting for some news related to the upcoming spinoffs and sequels that are expected to be picked up by the network. Five spinoffs were announced and the very first one was supposed to be based on the first men and their war against children of the forest and the white walkers entered into production with Naomi Scott in the lead role.
But that pilot could not see the light of the day as it was scrapped off. Now HBO only had 4 spinoff shows to work on and they made no mistake in announcing the second show titled House of The Dragon. The cast and the crew of the show are all set to begin filming next month. A word just came out of HBO headquarters that the remaining 3 spinoffs are entering the early stages of production as the universe of Westeros demands expansion.
The first of the three shows has the working title Sea Snake that would focus around the character of Lord Corlys Velaryon a master sea captain with enough sea adventures on his resume to enlighten his journeys through dark waters and mystical caves. He will be making a series of regular appearances in House of The Dragon.
The second of the three shows will focus on Flea Bottom the most infamous slum in the entire Westeros where people dwell in mud, dirt, ale, and brothels. Which is also the home of Ser Davos Seaworth and Gendry who were the prominent showrunners in the last few seasons of the show.
The last show will shed light on Princess Nymeria with a working title 10,000 ships that would focus on her migration along with her people as they seek refuge after an attack on their motherland.
All these shows have no cast or crew members attached to them but as the production will pace on new faces will be revealed.