How to stop HBO from killing Game of Thrones
Hot on the heels of Game of War II, HBO is currently in the process of moving forward with its long-running sci-fi show, Game of Throne.
The new series is a major step toward HBO’s ambition of becoming a full-blown streaming service.
The new series, based on George R.R. Martin’s Song of Ice and Fire novels, is being developed by HBO and will feature some of the world’s top voice actors in the role of Daenerys Targaryen, the mother of Jon Snow.
While the series may have to be pitched as a stand-alone television series, it has the potential to be a huge success.
It will be HBO’s first foray into the TV-on-demand market and will provide a fresh, original take on a genre beloved by millions of fans.
In addition to the HBO team, HBO will be joined by former Game of World cast members, including John Boyega, who will play the show’s star, Jon Snow; Ciarán Hinds, who voices Daenery Targaryan; and Alfie Allen, who plays Jon Snow’s younger brother.
It will also feature a huge roster of supporting actors including Sophie Turner (The Night Manager), Lena Headey (The Americans), John C. Reilly (Game of Thrones), Michael Cera (House of Cards), and John Bradley (Star Trek Into Darkness) who will be playing different characters in the show.
Game of Throne is set to premiere in the fall on HBO.