House of the Dragon

House of the Dragon: Release Date Status, Cast, Plot and Trailer

Are you ready to go back to the events 200 years ago from the original events of GOT series? If you are not, prepare yourself because House of The Dragon, a prequel to GOT, will premiere soon. However, fans are confused about its release date, cast, plot, and other details. And if you are one of these fans, then we got you covered!

In October, we got a teaser in which the key roles were disclosed. It featured Paddy Considine, Emma D’Arcy, Matt Smith, Olivia Cooke, Steve Toussaint, and Sonoya Mizuno. You can stream the teaser on YouTube! But now, as we are nearing the premiere of House of the Dragon, HBO has also revealed original pictures and other exciting plot details.

The upcoming prequel will be based on author George R.R. Martin’s A Song of Ice and Fire book series. The series has been in development for several years. Surprisingly, Martin first pitched this script to HBO, but fate decided something else. The upcoming series will be a Targaryens-centered spinoff. After the show ended in 2019, fans were left hopeless, especially after the last season, but hopefully, House of the Dragons will make up for it!

The pictures that HBO released only targeted a specific event of the Targaryens rich history, giving us hope for this franchise to consist of more than one season. But before you watch the upcoming series, you need to have complete knowledge of the Targaryen Family Tree. In the meantime, here is everything about House of Dragon’s release date, cast, plot details and details from revealed footage. So, let’s get the ball rolling!

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House of the Dragon Release Date

House of the Dragon

Unfortunately, we do not have an official release date for House Of The Dragon, but we are sure it will premiere somewhere in 2022. HBO might follow the same schedule as the series is interlinked with GOT. Hence you can expect it to come out in April.

House of the Dragon Cast

GOT was famous for its top casting of characters, and it seems like House of The Dragon is also keeping up with the trend.

  1. Paddy Considine as King Viserys I Targaryen. After the death of Jaehaerys I, he becomes the next King of Westeros.
  2. Matt Smith as Daemon Targaryen. He’s Viserys’ brother and a talented warrior.
  3. Emma D’Arcy as Rhaenyra Targaryen. She is the firstborn of Viserys, who later becomes the heir to her father. Strangely she also marries her uncle!
  4. Olivia Cooke as Alicent Hightower. She is Viserys’ second wife.
  5. Rhys Ifans as Otto Hightower. He is “Hand of the King” and Alicient’s father.
  6. Sonoya Mizuno as Lady Mysaria
  7. Steve Toussaint as Corlys Velaryon
  8. Eve Best as Rhaenys Velaryon
  9. Graham McTavish as Ser Harrold Westerling
  10. Ryan Corr as Ser Harwin Strong
  11. Jefferson Hall as Lord Jason Lannister/Ser Tyland Lannister
  12. David Horovitch as Grand Maester Mellos
  13. Matthew Needham as Larys Strong

The cast is a perfect blend of experienced and new actors, which means the prequel will be a fun ride!

House of the Dragon Plot

The series will mark the end of House of Targaryen. Those who have read Martin’s novels must know about the history before Game of Thrones. The prequel will mainly focus on it. The official synopsis is not out yet. We don’t see many details. It also depends on the directors which part of the book they want to include or exclude.

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In the teaser, we saw a lot of powerful dragons, rulers of Westeros, which means that the show will include the peak of Targaryens. The trailer gave us more information about the plot. The tension between Rhaenyra, Daemon, and Alicent’s families was quite evident. The civil war also seemed to be on the brink.

For now, this is all that we can say about the plot of the House of Dragon!

House of the Dragon Trailer

You can now stream the trailer and teaser! Matt Smith narrated the events in the trailer. And it indeed reminded us of the GOT era. Hopefully, the upcoming prequel will follow in the footsteps of its predecessor!

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