Kit Harington is attached to reprise his fan-favorite role in the first possible “Thrones” project to take place after the events of the original series.
The network has entered early development on the first sequel to its blockbuster fantasy drama. A live-action spin-off series centered on fan-favorite character Jon Snow, The Hollywood Reporter has learned.
Great values of your family in a cruel world
Kit Harrington is attach to reprise the role as the series progresses. The actor was twice nominate for an Emmy for his portrayal of an action hero. who struggles to uphold the noble values of his family in a cruel world.
Journey north of the Wall with Wildlings
In the eighth and final season of Thrones, Jon Snow discovered that his real name was Aegon Targaryen. Who was the potential heir to the Iron Throne? In the series finale, he exiles from Westeros and travels north with the Wildlings to leave his old life behind.
Harington in the Marvel Cinematic Universe
Since completing eight seasons of Thrones, Harington has appeared in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. who co-starred in 2021’s Eternals. He also recently starred in the title role in the National Theatre’s live production of Henry V. On Thrones. Including the infamous 11-week winter night shooting of the final season in Northern Ireland.
George RR Martin’s Fantasy Universe
The development marks an interesting new direction in HBO writer George R.R. Martin’s handling of the fantasy universe. A move not unlike Disney+’s management of its own Star Wars and Marvel brands. Where streamers have had success launching character-focused sequel series such as WandaVision (starring Elizabeth Olsen). Wanda Maximoff) and Obi-Wan Kenobi (Ewan McGregor reprising his iconic role).
Perhaps most boldly from a creative standpoint, this project will keep the final season of Thrones as the final word on the fate of the surviving characters in HBO’s most popular and Emmy-winning series of all time. In theory, the project could open the door for other surviving characters from the Thrones universe to reappear — like Arya Stark (Maisie Williams), Sansa Stark (Sophie Turner), and Beren of Tarth (Gwendoline Christie).
off the dragon prequel series
This development news means there are now seven Thrones projects in the works in addition to the upcoming House of the Dragon prequel series, which begins August 21.
HBO has other live-action prequels in various stages of development. 10,000 Ships (aka Nymeria) with showrunner Amanda Segel, 9 Voyages (aka The Sea Snake) with showrunner Bruno Heller, and Dunk & Egg with showrunner Steve Conrad.