Game of Thrones prequel: George RR Martin reveals setting

Esequiel Farfan
Junio 13, 2018

Again, this is only a pilot order, this series may never make it to air, but considering the time HBO put in to decide out of what we heard were five shows in the works, leans toward the network really thinking hard about what they wanted to do next.

'My vote would be The Long Night, which says it all, but I'd be surprised if that's where we end up. "But that does not mean the others are dead".

Those who have read the books will have immediately made the connection that the show will likely be about The Long Night, an event that supposedly occurred in Westeros thousands of years before the events showed in Game of Thrones.

Martin went on to also extol much of the success in getting Goldman's treatment first before cameras goes to Goldman herself.

"Yes, this is a prequel, not a sequel".

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'Everything I am told indicates that we could film at least one more pilot, and maybe more than one, in the years to come. "None of the characters or actors from Game of Thrones will appear in the new show". All of the successor shows we've been developing have been prequels, as I have mentioned before.

Martin, the mastermind behind the captivating Game of Thrones books, has previously said that three out of four prequels would be 'set in different periods and featuring different characters and storylines, remain in active development'. We're very early in the process, of course, with the pilot order just in, so we don't have a director yet, or a cast, or a location, or even a title. He also indicated that only one of the potential prequel series has been shelved and that the other three prequel scripts may eventually be filmed as well. But this is television, so nothing is certain, ' he said. All of the news stories about the pilot being greenlit are slapping my own picture up there next to Jane's, which is very flattering but also a little misleading Remember, they also slapped my picture up on the news stories about the TV development of Nnedi Okarafor's Who Fears Death, when they should have been using Nnedi's picture.

Going on to say: "I have definitely been involved... but really, the accolades here should go to Jane. She has been an absolute thrill to work with. and my god, what a talent".

Winter may be coming for "Game of Thrones" fans, but a thaw is on the horizon. It's possible that the pilot episode for this untitled series won't even start filming until sometime next year, although there hasn't been a confirmed production schedule in place yet.

Now in a new blog post, author George RR Martin has revealed that the extended universe is being capped - slightly.

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