A song of ice and fire author George RR Martin offered yet another update on the state of the future game of thrones projects, sharing that the franchise’s path forward will “certainly” be shaped to one degree or another by the current turmoil at HBO Max.
Martin says that beyond the prequel Dragon Housewhich was renewed for a second season, “some [spinoffs] evolve faster than others, as is always the case with development. None have been greenlit yet, although we hope…maybe soon.
He added that a few spin-off projects “have been shelved”, though he doesn’t consider those projects dead. “You can take something off the shelf just as easily as you can put it on the shelf,” Martin said. “[Though] all the changes at HBO Max have certainly impacted us.
Martin’s most recent comments on the future of GoT came in a post on his blog, Not A Blog, published Wednesday. His remarks on the situation at HBO Max refer to the cancellation and/or removal of many notable movies and TV series from the platform at a time of economic uncertainty, following the Warner Bros. merger. Discovery. (Naughty, chubby chroniclesand Love life being just a few examples of titles recently hit by content writedowns.)
It is not yet clear how much of the dramatic changes to plans for the game of thrones deductible will be. But Martin assured fans in yesterday’s post that he is currently working on Dragon House Season 2, as co-creator and EP of this show. His series is also still in development. wild cards at the peacock.
Read Martin’s latest blog post by clicking the link at the top.