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HBO might be developing 4 different spinoffs : Game of Thrones Forever

HBO might be developing 4 different spinoffs : Game of Thrones Forever

"Game of Thrones", the most popular show of our decade. And within the finale series, the fans are upset on to be able to see the series furthermore. But, HBO has decided to develop four different spinoff series which is a great news for the fans.

The pay TV network is determined to find a way to continue the most popular series in the company’s history and has taken the highly unusual step of developing four different ideas from different writers. The move represents a potentially massive expansion of the popular fantasy universe created by author George R.R. Martin. If greenlit, the eventual show or shows would also mark the first time HBO has ever made a follow-up series to one of its hits.

The Hollywood Reporter says that HBO is working with George R.R. Martin, the author whose "A Song of Ice and Fire" novels are the foundation for "Game of Thrones," and other writers to develop four series that take place in Westeros. As the Hollywood Reporter notes, "Each of the four projects will explore different time periods of Martin's sprawling world of Westeros. It's unclear where any of the four fall in the show's universe -- meaning they could be prequels, sequels or spinoffs." 

The four takes are being written by Max Borenstein; Jane Goldman and Martin; Brian Helgeland; and Carly Wray and Martin. Of the four (obviously not counting Martin's involvement in two of them), none have any current ties to the HBO fantasy drama. Game of Thrones showrunners Dan Weiss and David Benioff are not currently attached to write on any of the four. The duo, however, will serve as executive producers on any of the four takes that move forward. Martin will serve in the same capacity as well. Weiss and Benioff are finishing up the seventh season of Thrones — bowing July 16 —and are in the midst of writing the and preparing for the eighth and final season of the fantasy drama series. Both will continue to be kept in the loop in all things Thrones.

How much of HBO’s Thrones development slate will actually end up on the screen is unknown. It’s possible one or more titles could be produced as a miniseries instead of a regular series. We’re told a variety of different combinations and options are on the table depending on how the scripts look upon completion. We are excited how the new series will be and to see the continuation of our favorite series.

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