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‘No show without Daenerys’: GOT fans weigh in on Jon Snow spinoff set as the next Game of Thrones sequel project

‘No show without Daenerys’: GOT fans weigh in on Jon Snow spinoff set as the next Game of Thrones sequel project

The development of HBO’s Game of Thrones sequel, a Jon Snow spin-off featuring Kit Harington has left the internet in a commotion, particularly Daenerys Targaryen (Emilia Clarke)stans wasn’t having any of it. Still, long-time followers of George R. R. Martin’s books and the original 2011 premiered series were intrigued by the possibility of seeing characters like Sansa Stark (Sophie Turner), Arya Stark (Maisie Williams) Tormund (Kristofer Hivju), Brienne of Tarth (Gwendoline Christie) and Jon’s pet wolf, Ghost.

GOT fans are divided over the upcoming Jon Snow sequel but it isn’t stopping them from sharing theories that could pan out in the project if it moves forward. In fact, some fanatics even have wild theories like Drogon taking Daenerys’s dead body to Volantis and having Kinvara the red priestess (Ania Bukstein) resurrect her. Readers can check out reactions below.

Since the ninth and final season of Game of Thrones premiered in 2019, HBO has been hard at work behind-the-scenes with over six projects announced to be in development, seven if the Jon Snow sequel is included. But the GOT-based TV titles in the works are set in different timelines, like the House of Dragon arriving this August 21 and taking place 200 years before the Thrones events, exploring a civil war inside House Targaryen. Whereas, the character-driven live-action (as THR reported) seems to take place after Jon Snow’s banishment leads him and the wildling’s quest beyond the wall.

It’s unclear if the series will just be set within the lands extending beyond the wall. Some think the show could also explore the Golden Empire of Yi Ti, a realm from the Ice and Fire books and the place is said to have existed since the Long Night 8,000 years ago. Perhaps, Jon’s original identity, Aegon Targaryen could even play a pivotal role.

HBO is yet to officially announce the sequel GOT project and it’s understandable since the outlet reports it’s in early development.

What do you think of Kit Harington‘s return as Jon Snow? Let us know in the comments below or hit up our writer @RAKarthikPrasad on Twitter to discuss all things Game of Thrones and more.

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