While fans of “Game of Thrones” would not get to see its actors returning for the prequel, “House of the Dragons”, it was revealed that composer Ramin Djawadi may be making a comeback on the new show.

Rumours of his involvement in the upcoming prequel sparked recently, after two “Game of Thrones” blog sites noticed that Djawadi’s resume on his agency’s website has been updated to include the pilot episode for the upcoming show.

It is noted that Djawadi’s work on the hit 2010s HBO series was highly praised by critics and fans alike for elevating the overall atmosphere and enjoyment of watching the show.

The composer, who composed the theme song of the series, also won two Emmys and earned seven nominations for his composition on “Game of Thrones”, with fans singing praises for his scores such as “Light of the Seven”, “The Rains of Castamere” and “The Night King”.

The composer’s music elevated the atmosphere of “Game of Thrones”
“The Rains of Castamere” synonymous with the Red Wedding were among fan favourites

Aside from “Game of Thrones”, Djawadi also scored movies like “Iron Man”, “Pacific Rim”, as well as the hit 2005 TV show, “Prison Break”.

“House of the Dragon” is currently in production, helmed by Ryan Condal and Miguel Sapochnik. It will star Olivia Cooke, Emma D’Arcy and Matt Smith among others.

Djawadi also worked as composer on “Prison Break”