‘Game of Thrones’ Season 7 News: Final Season Updates Plus George R. R. Martin Role In Show
Fans are holding on to their seats as the premiere date of "Game of Thrones" Season 7 is arriving closer. The show, whose seventh season is set to launch on July 16th, has a lot of rumors and speculations taking the rounds around it. Now a new report appears to be suggesting that HBO entertainment network has worked on a spin-off series, with a total of four scripts in the work.
According to a report published by Harpers Bazaar, HBO programming president Casey Bloys in a recent interview with Entertainment Weekly revealed a few details regarding the future of the series. He made it very clear for the fans that they must not expect any new "Game of Thrones" series soon. He suggested that any spin-off won't take place until the current show has ended.
According to another online report, he was further heard talking about the showrunner's strategy for developing multiple prequels at once. He even went on to speak about George R. R. Martin's role in the making and the storyline of the entire series. He said that the good thing about George R. R. Martin is that he has already created an entire universe.
According to a report published by Rolling Stones, he further went on to reveal that they haven't decided on whether they are going to go ahead with a limited series or a regular series. He further clarified that the show-runners will not be involved in the prequel of the show. In fact, they will only be focusing on the "Game of Thrones" final season of the show for now. The final season is expected to take place sometime in 2018 or 2019 but not anytime earlier than that.
Lastly, he even said that "Game of Thrones" Season 7 is going to be the best one yet. Talking about how he has already seen the cut of the season 7th, he suggested that it is simply amazing.