‘Game of Thrones’ Spinoffs – The man who is behind the “Game of Thrones” franchise, Mr. George R.R. Martinon Sunday took evening off to writes a blog and to throw some of light on HBO’s upcoming.
“We had four scripts in development plan when I arrived in L.A. last week, but by the time when I left we had five of them, he wrote. “We have added a fifth writer to the original four.” Told by George RR. Although the official nourishment earlier this month was that there are four writers who were working on potential spinoff pilots THRONES story as Martin wrote that there is the fifth story in the work. For the fans that were crucially waits for the upcoming are now in much chaos of thing happening out there.
Martin last night published a lengthy post on his Live Journal blog as he specified that spinoffs were not going to be the sequels to Game of Thrones as it is based on his “A Song of Ice and Fire” series, but rather prequels. He also added that they would have expanded on universe surrounding stories of A Song of Ice and Fire in Westeros but he would not take from same storylines which viewers have already seen.
As he says that none of these upcoming shows will be spinning off from Game of Thrones in the traditional sense. Martin later wrote. “We are not talking about Joey or After MASH or not even about Frazier [sic] or Lou Grant, where the characters of one show continue on to another. So to the fans who were hoping for the further adventures of Hot Pie are doomed to disappointment. Some may not even be set on Westeros.
HBO has announced the names of first four, and undoubtly announce the fifth as well as once his deal has closed: Martin wrote. “He’s a really terrific addition, however, a great guy and a fine writer and aside from me and maybe Elio and Linda [contributors to the Song of Ice and Fire world], he also said that he don’t know anyone who loves Westeros as well as he do.
Rather than ‘spinoff’ or ‘prequel,’ however, I prefer the term ‘successor show.’ That’s what I’ve been calling them.
I will confess, I do wish I could clone myself, or find a way to squeeze more hours into the day, or a way to go without sleep,” Martin wrote. But this is what it is and that’s why I keep on juggling.
One of most awaited series running currently on HBO “Game of Thrones” with its seventh season will return on July 16 and the series will end next year.