Game Of Thrones Jon Snow spin-off series in the works, Kit Harington to play the role

“Game of Thrones” has limped back to relevance since the notoriously polarizing finale aired in 2019. Currently there are seven “Game of Thrones” projects in the works, which will follow the upcoming prequel series “House of the Dragon”, which takes place about 200 years before the events of the War of the Kings. House of the Dragon, which debuts August 21, stars Matt Smith, Olivia Cooke, Rhys Ifans and more players in a civil war within the ruling House Targaryen.

The other live-action prequels in development are “10,000 Ships”, the spin-off about the legendary princess Nymeria; “9 Voyages” (aka “The Sea Snake”), which refers to the “Great Voyages” at sea created by Lord Corlys Velaryon (a distant relative of the Targaryens, who also descend from ancient Valyria like her); and “Dunk and Egg”, another prequel based on the novellas by “A Song of Ice and Fire” author George RR Martin, set 90 years before the events of Game of Thrones and following the adventures of hedge knight Duncan and his squire Egg, who would become Aegon Targaryen, a prince and eventual king of Westeros. There are also three animated prequel projects, including “The Golden Empire,” which would finally expand the franchise’s horizons beyond European-inspired fantasy and take viewers to the China-inspired country of Yi Ti.

But a franchise is what HBO hopes to make “Game of Thrones,” despite the show virtually falling from pop culture’s memory after its divisive finale. THR notes that the go-ahead for a Jon Snow sequel means nothing is left off the table for more spin-offs that follow the further adventures of other fan-favorite “Game of Thrones” characters such as Arya Stark (Maisie Williams), Sansa Stark (Sophie Turner) and Brienne Van Tarth (Gwendoline Christie).

Personally, I’m looking for a series about Bran becoming a tree.