It looks like HBO doesn’t seem to be done with their classic Game of Thrones franchise at any point soon.
This previous week, it was announced that apart from their much-anticipated forthcoming House of the Dragon prequel series, they’re also developing an exclusive Jon Snow sequel series – some excellent news for all Snow fans.
Star Emilia Clarke Also Confirmed The Jon Snow Spinoff
Star Emilia Clarke also confirmed the same recently that the spin-off show related to Jon Snow was underway and the show was being spearheaded by none other than star Kit Harington. Harington reportedly visited the creator of Game of Thrones, George R.R. Martin to a workshop for the series with his unrevealed showrunner and writers, and it looks like they also have a whole working title for the show.
What Is The ‘Title’ Of Jon Snow’s Sequel Series?
If we believe Martin’s most recent blog post, the spin-off of Game of Thrones’ working title is “Snow”. Martin has previously teased working alongside Jon Snow actor Harington on the spin-off series.
“Yes, it was Kit Harrington who brought the idea to us,” the Game of Thrones creator revealed. “I cannot tell you the names of the writers/showrunners since that has not been cleared for release yet, but Kit brought them in too, his own team, and they are terrific.”
The last season of Game of Thrones, which was not very well received saw Jon Snow learn that he is actually the true heir to the Iron Throne, Aegon Targaryan. After ending the life of his aunt/girlfriend, Daenarys, to make sure she stays away from her power, Jon was later forced to exile in the Night’s Watch.
What Will The Sequel Series Focus On?
However, instead of living with the Night’s Watch, Jon Snow made a move towards North of the Wall and lived with the Wildlings and his wolf Ghost. The show will reportedly focus on what exactly happened after these certain events.
HBO has also been making a few series that will be set in the Game of Thrones universe including the upcoming House of the Dragon. Among other projects, underway is a prequel series titled, Tales of Dunk and Egg. So, if it looks like HBO and Warner Bros. will stay in the Game of Thrones business for a much longer time.
“We developed a lot of ideas, we were still developing a lot of ideas, and I think we’re really excited about the one that will air later this summer,” HBO VP of original programming Kara Buckley said of Game of Thrones earlier this month. “But, we don’t feel the need to make another one unless it feels really creatively exciting to us. That’s my job, at least. And the team that I’m on, that’s what we’re told to focus on.”