HBO is developing three more Game of Thrones spin-offs?
It looks like HBO is not stopping at three “Game of Thrones”-related projects, as it was revealed that there are more currently in the works.
The studio is reportedly expanding George R.R. Martin’s “A Song of Ice and Fire” universe with three more shows under development, including one revolving around House Velaryon’s head, Lord Corlys Velaryon (also known as The Sea Snake).
The show, which reportedly will be titled, “9 Voyages” will be helmed by Bruno Heller (the creator of “Rome” and “Gotham”), with the character itself will be appearing in “House of the Dragon” – the only GOT-related project that has been confirmed by HBO (the role to be played by Steve Toussaint).
The second project that is supposedly under development is about Princess Nymeria, the warrior queen of the Rhoynar and ruler of Dorne. The story concerning Nymeria will be set roughly 1,000 years before the events of “Game of Thrones”.
Jessica Henwick previously played the princess namesake Nymeria Sand in “Game of Thrones” season 5
If the project is to be realised, it would hopefully rectify the mistakes made by GOT showrunner DB Weiss and David Benioff in their treatment of the Dorne plotline in season 5 of their aforementioned show.
The third project, on the other hand, will be set in Flea Bottom, the slum area of King’s Landing where characters like Davos Seaworth and Gendry were born.
Gendry was one of the characters who hailed from Flea Bottom
Prior to the three projects, it was reported that HBO is planning to produce another one of Martin’s popular characters, hedge knight Dunk and his squire Egg – two characters who will later become the Lord Commander of the Kingsguard Duncan the Tall and the Targaryen King, Aegon V. The studio is also reportedly in talks to work on an animated GOT project – one that fans have been asking for a long time.
Will George R.R Martin ever finish his books with all these adaptations going on?