Martin's 'Winds of Winter' book

Pierre Vaugeois
Mai 19, 2017

The bestselling author said in 2016 that the latest "Game of Thrones" season would contain parts of his unpublished book.

The final season will most likely air in 2018.

For now, the author wants us to know that there is an order for five pilot scripts and he is working with all the writers, not just two as previously reported. But the game isn't over for its creator, George R.R. Martin, who is in the thick of planning for potential new series on the network. So, a spinoff in this time period will not have any surprises left.

Martin admitted how "but I do think it's very unlikely that we'll be getting four (or five) series" as the TV business is a turbulent beast. No, I will not reveal the name here. "HBO announced the names of the first four, and will no doubt announce the fifth as well, once his deal has closed", Martin wrote.

Earlier this month, it was revealed that George is working with "Kong: Skull Island" writer Max Borenstein, Brian Helgeland, Jane Goldman and "Mad Men" writer Carly Wray on the proposed programmes. Perhaps a show based on the Doom of Valyria with get the "Game of Thrones" fans excited. "We are not talking Joey or AfterMASH or even Frasier or Lou Grant, where characters from one show continue on to another".

The penultimate seven-episode seventh season of Game of Thrones will premiere in the U.S. on July 16 with fans set for a "brutal, bloody and wintry return to Westeros" in a simulcast on Sky Atlantic from 2am on July 17.

It has been almost six years since A Dance With Dragons, the series' fifth book, was released, and that was so long ago that the HBO series has already exhausted, and now moved past, Martin's source material.

The famous author of A Song of Ice and Fire series has updated his livejournal "Not A Blog" with news on his current projects. After explaining how he dislikes the term "spin-off" and why these shows aren't so, he admits they're all set in the alternate universe he created for Game of Thrones. This certainly doesn't mean that HBO will pick up all five Game of Thrones spin-offs now in the development stage.

There are many cities in Essos that the fans will be aware of. "Some of the reports of these developments seem to suggest that HBO might be adding four successor shows to the schedule to replace Game of Thrones".

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