Three years have passed since the conclusion of the massive HBO series “Game of Thrones.” In the prequel “House of the Dragon,” which charts how the House of Targaryen descends into civil conflict, the history of the throne is currently being researched. The show premieres on HBO on August 21. The first episode of the series opens with King Viserys Targaryen (Paddy Considine) having to decide between his obedient daughter, Princess Rhaenyra, and his violent, rogue brother, Prince Daemon.
Considine told Reuters in an interview that “Daemon gets away with so much because his brother is the king.”
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Considine said, “I don’t act until he breaks my heart with his comments. The 2018 novel “Fire & Blood” by George R.R. Martin, who provided a brief history of the Targaryen family 200 years before “Game of Thrones,” served as the inspiration for the television series.
The relationship between Alicent Hightower and Princess Rhaenyra is at the centre of the programme. The two get along well until Rhaenyra’s mother passes away and Alicent marries King Viserys, taking the throne and insisting that her children inherit the crown.
In the generation-spanning tale, Emma D’Arcy, who portrays the older Princess Rhaenyra, remarked. “You’re going there from the viewpoint of two ladies for the first time.” It’s a programme that questions power, misogyny, and patriarchy.
Some ‘Game of Thrones’ viewers were unhappy with the series’ conclusion. Co-creator of the upcoming series “House of the Dragon,” Ryan Condal, claimed the finale is already set.
The major goal, according to Condal, “is to convey as much tale as the book offers us. Also, to get out and leave people wanting a little bit more, rather than overstaying their welcome,” but they do have a strategy in place.
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