HBO confirmó to the beginning of the month that we’re not going to see the eighth and final season of ‘Game of Thrones’ until 2019. This also means that next year we will have to say goodbye to the series, but surely you remember that HBO has launched up to five spin-offs located in the universe created by George R. R. Martin and it would be theirs to release it shortly after, but it just confirmed that as soon as it was about to premiere any of them will be in 2020.
Has been Casey Bloys, head of programming of HBO, who has thrown a bucket of cold water to those who had hoped that the farewell from ‘Game of Thrones’ was going to coincide with the start of any of the prequels. It is clear that you want nothing to do less to the farewell of perhaps the most important of the string up to the date:
What you don’t want it to tarnish the final season (of ‘Game of Thrones’). It has to be issued as the huge event on television that is. I don’t want to lower it with a spin-off being issued right after. That would compromise the achievement of so large and significant that it is the series.
in Addition, it is also not at all clear how many and which of the series are in the pipeline will end up coming out ahead. Recall that Bryan Cogman, a veteran of ‘Game of Thrones’, Max Borenstein –‘Kong: skull island’ (‘Kong: Skull Island’), Jane Goldman –‘Kingsman: secret Service’ (‘Kingsman: Secret Service’)-, the Brian Helgeland -‘Payback’- and Carly Wray –‘Mad Men’– have one in place every one of them, and that Martin is working with Goldman and Wray in yours. This is what that Bloys has to say about it:
Not started at the same time, so we’re in different stages, but I have been heartened by much of what I have seen. I don’t have dates on when we will take a decision on any of them.
there Will have to be patience to see with what surprises us HBO. What would not surprise me much is that it does not go through one of the two projects in which is involved the own Martin. In the end, he is the real creator of ‘Game of Thrones’, although it is also true that perhaps it would be better to end at once the novels…
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