Today is a fantastic day to be a House of The Dragon fan. Despite the fact that the WGA and SAG-AFTRA strikes closed down Hollywood for over five months,
the HBO production was able to film throughout the summer because to its union contract in the United Kingdom.
The scripts were already finalized before the WGA strikes began, and filming for the second season of the Game of Thrones prequel has apparently just wrapped.
Francesca Orsi, HBO's Executive Vice President of Drama Series, confirmed that the series will resume in the summer of 2024,
as HBO shifts its focus to restarting production on The Last of Us and The White Lotus. "We have a beautiful cast that was assembled by Kate Rhodes [James],
and we are just proud of seeing how those scripts are coming alive," she remarked in an interview with Deadline. "The emotionality
that the cast is bringing to it is something that we feel confident with and know that we're going to deliver something special."
So, what can we expect in the coming year? The plot of House of the Dragon Season Two is being kept under wraps,
although showrunner Ryan Condal has told The Hollywood Reporter that new characters will debut. "We are thrilled to be shooting again with members
of our original family as well as new talents on both sides of the camera," he told reporters. "All of your favorite characters will soon be plotting
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