Late on Friday, HBO’s legendary epic “Game of Thrones” creator George R R Martin has confirmed that there has been a “Game of Thrones” sequel on the work. In point of fact, latest affirmation to a Kit Harington-starred “Game of Thrones” came forth just days after media headlines had unveiled that HBO had been brewing off an option of a “Game of Throne” sequel which would be featuring Jon Snow, the long-hailed bastard king of the North who later turned out to be the true heir of Iron Throne.
According to George Raymond Richard Martin, the creator of the show who often claimed that the extraordinary tale of seven kingdoms was inspired by an English novel that had been based on separate English kingdoms fighting among each other, added that “Game of Thrones” sequel would soon receive a go-ahead signal for a plot alongside a series order.
However, critics often considered the seven kingdoms in “Game of Thrones” as a palpable depiction of seven parts and cultures of the known world.
R. R. Martin confirms a “Game of Thrones” sequel on the work
Aside from that, according to a report from news outlet “Deadline,” Martin had unveiled more about the sequel at his personal blog.
Expressing sheer enthusiasm about a Kit Harington-starred “Game of Throne” sequel, Martin shared at his blog about the show, “Yes, there is a Jon Snow show in development. Our working title for the show is “Snow”.
Besides, adding that Jon Snow (Kit Harington) had brought the concept of “Snow,” Martin continued, “I cannot tell you the name of the writers/showrunners, since that has not been cleared for release yet… but Kit brought them in too, his own team, and they are terrific”.