House Of The Dragon’s official YouTube channel has released a promotional animation video for the second season of the show, hours after the tenth and final episode was released.
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The video confirmed the launch of the second season of the House of the Dragon series two years from now, as it is scheduled to be released in 2024, without specifying a date yet.
The House Of The Dragon TV show premiered on August 21. The new season will have 10 episodes, each lasting between 45 and 60 minutes, with some episodes lasting longer. The production budget for the latest season was above $300 million.
The world-renowned television series House Of The Dragon was filmed in a number of nations, including Portugal, Croatia, several locations in the United Kingdom, and several countries in Spain. The series’ crew began selecting the show’s heroes between July of 2020 and July of the following year 2021, and production on the anticipated new series began between April of 2021 and February of this year 2022.
It was also revealed that the show is anticipated to be filmed in the Spanish city of Caceres from March to June next year; the city that represents King’s Landing, the capital of the government in Westeros. This information further confirmed that the work audience would have to wait a very long time for the House of the Dragon story to be finished after the conclusion of the first season.
The show will also be shot in other locations, and since the next season will feature more dragons, a show like House of the Dragon requires a lot of post-production time, particularly in terms of visual effects.
Given the challenge of finishing it by the end of 2023, some international technical reports predict that The Dragon Family’s second season will premiere in early 2024.
The end of the season recap:
Not just Alicent and her father were involved in the effort to install Aegon as the next monarch rather than Rhaenyra. It turns out that the little council has been preparing for that ever since King Viserys’ death. Lord Lyman, I apologize, but any disagreement is easily resolved, and anyone who doesn’t submit to authority will be hanged.
Rhaenyra and Daemon are unaware of all the events taking place at King’s Landing, even though it is thought to be necessary to eliminate all other possible and actual heirs to the throne. Aegon’s coronation is interrupted when Princess Rhaenys, who has been imprisoned in her rooms, makes a dramatic escape on the back of her dragon Meleys.
Rhaenyra hears about the coup on Meleys, and it disturbs her so much that she goes into labor early and gives birth to a daughter who is stillborn with deformities. While there isn’t a lot of action in this episode, Rhaenyra is receiving a lot of support from those who want to unseat Aegon from the Iron Throne.
A blockade of King’s Landing is planned, and ambassadors are dispatched to enlist further support for the throne claim. But as a result, Aemond’s dragon Vhagar ends up having Lucerys and his dragon Arrax for dinner. Unintentionally perhaps, but there will be no turning back from war at this point.