House Of The Dragon is an anticipated prequel to Game of Thrones, penned by George RR Martin, and he already knows what will happen. He couldn’t help but explain the facts of the first episode, which he had seen in the raw cut. He said that the first episode and all of the elements are new and that everyone would like it. While there are some new performers as well as those who are already well-known to the public, everyone has worth and will undoubtedly be well-liked by the audience. House of the Dragon is set 200 years before Game of Thrones, and we will witness a lot of dragons and different dynasties that are focused on it.
The teaser revealed some facts and what we may anticipate from it.
While Game of Thrones has already established a benchmark for viewers, George RR Martin said that they must maintain that quality, and with that in mind, they have presented the House of the Dragon.
The series is one of the most anticipated shows for 2022, with tremendous expectations from its fans.
Let’s Talk About The Cast Of The Series
Viserys Targaryen is played by Paddy Considine.
Alicent Hightower is played by Olivia Cooke.
Rhaenyra Targaryen is played by Emma D’Arcy.
Daemon Targaryen is played by Matt Smith.
Lord Corlys Velaryon is played by Steve Toussaint.
Eve Best in the role of Princess Rhaenys Velaryon
Otto Hightower is played by Rhys Ifans.
Mysaria is played by Sonoya Mizuno.
Criston Cole is played by Fabien Frankel.
Milly Alcock in the role of Princess Rhaenyra Targaryen (Young)
Alicent Hightower is played by Emily Carey (Young)
Ser Harwin ‘Breakbones’ Strong is played by Ryan Corr.
Lord Jason Lannister is played by Jefferson Hall.
Grand Maester Mellos is played by David Horovitch.
Ser Harrold Westerling is played by Graham McTavish.
Larys Strong is played by Matthew Needham.
Lord Lyman Beesbury is played by Bill Paterson.
Gavin spoke in the role of Lord Lyonel Strong.
While fans are pleased to hear this news and that it would be on the same level as Game of Thrones, others have expressed anxiety over it, citing how Game of Thrones ended and how everything appeared to be rushing on it. However, George R.R. Martin has shown with the teaser that the series is taking its time and focusing on minute details as well as characteristics that genuine diehard fans have.
In a voiceover, Matt Smith’s character, Prince Daemon Targaryen, declares, “Gods, kings, flames, and blood,” as we get views of the sea, intense fights, and frightening images of new characters. “Dreams didn’t make us kings; dragons did,” he concludes, as the one-minute video transitions to the Game of Thrones logo and title treatment, which displays the brand and indicates that the programme will premiere in 2022.