Even though the last episode of Game of Thrones was a smashing success for HBO, many were left with a bad taste in their mouths after watching it. The expanse of Westeros allows for the possibility of many more tales to be told, which is fortunate. The next series that will star Jon Snow is reportedly in the works at HBO, as reported by The Hollywood Reporter.
The production is just in its very early stages of development at this point.
According to the portal, Kit Herrington is anticipated to resume his role as the bastard son of the Stark family if all goes according to plan and if everything goes as predicted.
The revelation that Jon Snow’s actual ancestry is with the Targaryens comes to light during the eighth and final season of “Game of Thrones.”
Aegon was his name, and he was a long-lost scion of the House of Dragons who had the potential to vie for the Iron Throne.
But in the end, he was cast out of Westeros, and he chose to live a nomadic life north of the Wall.
The new series would focus on his new existence, which would be radically different from anything that was depicted in the earlier work.
Still, some characters who survived the tumultuous conclusion of Game of Thrones might make an appearance, such as Arya Stark (Maisie Williams), Sansa Stark (Sophie Turner), and Brienne of Tarth. Maisie Williams plays Arya, while Sophie Turner plays Sansa. Maisie Williams plays Brienne of Tarth (Gwendoline Christie).
The franchise will now have a total of seven productions actively in development after the addition of this new narrative, which does not yet have a name. These productions include Tales of Dunk & Egg and House of the Dragons, which will make their debut on August 21.