House of the Dragon season 2: release date, rumors, trailer…

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House of the Dragon won against The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power, so can we hope for a season 2 to prolong the pleasure? We tell you everything we know.

After a first season that emerged victorious in the duel against the series The Lord of the Rings from Amazon, House of the Dragon, inspired by the book Fire and Blood by George R.R. Martin, left for a season 2, still under the leadership of HBO. Release date, trailer, casting, filming… Find out everything you need to know about the sequel to House of the Dragon.

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Is House of the Dragon season 2 confirmed?

HBO has confirmed in a press release that a season 2 of House of the Dragonwas in preparation. It was announced by Francesca Orsi, Vice President of HBO Programming:

“We are beyond proud of what the entire House of the Dragon team has accomplished with Season 1. Our phenomenal cast and crew have risen to an enormous challenge and exceeded all expectations, delivering a series that has already established itself as a must-watch program. Huge thanks to George [R.R. Martin], Ryan [Condal] and Miguel [Sapochnik] for spearheading this journey. We couldn't be more excited to continue bringing this saga to life. epic House Targaryen with a Season 2.”

What will House of the Dragon season 2 be about?

If the internet broke every week after a new episode aired, Season 2 should fuel even more fan conversations. Season 1's conclusion which sees young Lucerys Velaryon being murdered by his uncle Aemond and his massive dragon Vhagar created a schism within House Targaryen which House of the Dragon season 2 will no doubt deal with. consequences.

The term that keeps swirling around the sequel to House of the Dragon is the Dance of the Dragons, an event that will certainly be represented in the series. And at the same time it is understandable, because this civil war triggered by the death of King Viserys has an epic energy that will bring great television moments. Nothing is going well with the Targaryens, and the tensions of the time are transformed into an open conflict where all shots are allowed. Two camps are opposed, the Reds support Aegon II to be the new king, while the Blacks want to put Rhaenyra on the throne.

What do we know on the cast?

Many actors and actresses should continue actingin the second season of House of the Dagon. Thus, we should see Olivia Cooke (Alicent Hightower) and her rival Emma D'Arcy (Rhaenyra Targaryen), as well as Matt Smith (Prince Daemon Targaryen), Steve Toussaint (Corlys Velaryon) Eve Best (Rhaenys Targaryen), Tom Glynn-Carney (Aegon II Targaryen), Ewan Mitchell (Aemond Targaryen) and Rhys Ifans (Otto Hightower). Milly Alcock (young Rhaenyra Targaryen) and Emily Carey (young Alicent Hightower) could reprise their roles in flashbacks.

It's obvious that de many new characters are expected to join the ranks of the popular seriesfrom HBO as Daeron Targaryen, the fourth son of Viserys and Alicent. Absent from season 1, there is a good chance that we will discover it in the sequel. We can also expect to see more of the other families of Westeros with for example Cregan Stark, the leader of House Stark or Jeyne Arryn, the ruler of House Arryn.

Where is the filming of the series?

Although production has already started, this does not mean that season 2 has started filming. Ryan Condal, the series' co-creator, told Variety that the House of the Dragon sequel will begin filming sometime in 2023.

Where can we see the trailer? from House of the Dragon?

There is currently no House of the Dragon Season 2 trailer. As soon as it goes live, we'll add it to this article.

When will House of the Dragon Season 2 be released?

Since the filming of season 2 of House of the Dragon does not take place until 2023 on an as yet unspecified date, and the previous season was released more than a year later the start of filming,we should not wait for the rest of the series before 2024.

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