HOUSE OF THE DRAGON The first season of House of the Dragon has just come to a close, and while we are still left with plenty of questions about the humans and dragons who are about to fight for control of the Iron Throne, there is one question that matters even more: when will the release date for the second season of House of the Dragon be?
Despite the fact that HBO officially renewed House of the Dragon not long after the show’s launch, we are still in the dark regarding when exactly Season 2 will get underway. However, if you believe the news that you read, the actual release date may be even further in the future than you currently believe. Here is the information that you require.
When Will Season 2 Of House Of Dragons Be Released?
We can predict when House of the Dragon Season 2 might be released based on the production schedules mentioned above and HBO’s experience with Season 1. Season 1 began shooting in April 2021, although it didn’t air until August 21, 2022, 15 months later. And we anticipate that the duration will be similar this time.
According to that calculation, the second season of House of the Dragon should be available 15 months after filming starts. We could start watching new episodes by August 2024 if that happens in the early spring of the next year, say April 2023. Although it may seem far off, that is actually an optimistic guess. We won’t be able to see it until November 2024 if filming doesn’t begin until the next summer, let’s say August 2023.
In either case, the wait for the show’s return will be protracted. Fortunately, Game of Thrones can always be watched again in the interim, but we advise stopping after the Season 6 conclusion.
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Season 2 Of House Of Dragons Storyline
The deadly Targaryen civil war, often known as the Dance of the Dragons among fans, will be fully explored in the upcoming episode of House of the Dragon, picking up where season 1 left off.
With Queen Rhaenyra I Targaryen and the child, King Aegon II Targaryen as their two contenders for the Iron Throne, the people and nobles of Westeros will take sides in the fight. Rhaenyra will undoubtedly seek retribution for the horrific loss of Prince Lucerys Velaryon in the season 1 finale.
As the human cost of the conflict is investigated, expect more graphic bloodshed to follow as well as softer, more emotional sequences, which will be especially difficult on erstwhile friends Rhaenyra and Alicent Hightower.
The uneasy relationship between Rhaenyra and her husband/uncle Daemon will be explored in season 2, according to House of the Dragon writer and executive producer Sara Hess, who also spoke to The Hollywood Reporter.
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House Of Dragons Season 2 Cast
In its first season, House of the Dragon went through a lot of performers, with several characters either dying off or growing older throughout the span of 10 episodes.
However, it is now anticipated that the following cast members will appear in season two of House of the Dragon. Over the next few months, expect more information.
- Prince Daemon Targaryen, played by Matt Smith
- Olivia Cooke portrays Dowager Queen Alicent Hightower
- Rhaenyra Targaryen, played by Emma D’Arcy
- Ser Otto Hightower is played by Rhys Ifans.
- Lord Corlys Velaryon as played by Steve Toussaint
- Princess Rhaenys Targaryen, played by Eve Best
- Mysaria, played by Sonoya Mizuno
- Ser Criston Cole is played by Fabien Frankel
- Lord Larys Strong is played by Matthew Needham
- Jefferson Hall as Lord Jason Lannister and Ser Tyland Lannister
- Prince Jacaerys Velaryon as played by Harry Collett
- King Aegon II Targaryen, played by Tom Glynn-Carney
- Prince Aemond Targaryen, played by Ewan Mitchell
- Lady Baela Targaryen, played by Bethany Antonia
- Lady Rhaena Targaryen, played by Phoebe Campbell
- Helaena Targaryen, played by Phia Saban
Is There a Season 2 Trailer for House of the Dragon?
No, not yet. Fans probably won’t see any new episode footage for a while given the enormous amount of effort that goes into each episode of the show. you can watch the season 1 trailer below.