House of the Dragon: All Staffel 2 Information
“House of the Dragon” has proven to be a worthy prequel to “Game of Thrones,” complete with knallhard battles, political drama, bloodshed, bizarre twists, and shady family relationships.
The first season concluded with Rhaenyra Targaryen, who was eager to heat the Hightowers. But what comes after that? We’ve compiled all we know about the second season’s second episode: when “House of the Dragon” will return, who actors will return, and which plot threads will be central.
When does the second season begin?
HBO plans to begin production on Staffel 2 early next year, although no official release date has been set. Casey Bloys, the CEO of HBO Max, told Vulture that the show would most likely premiere in 2024.
How many episodes does the second season have?
In his blog, George R.R. Martin confirmed that the next season would be “ten hours” long. It implies that the second season will consist of ten episodes, like the first.
Who could return to the cast and crew?
Even though the official Staffel 2 cast list has yet to be confirmed, we anticipate the following characters to return:
- As Alicent Hightower, Olivia Cooke
- Emma D’Arcy plays Rhaenyra Targaryen.
- Matt Smith plays Daemon Targaryen.
- Rhys Ifans in the part of Otto Hightower
- Eve Best as Princess Rhaenys Targaryen
- Steve Toussaint as Corlys Velaryon.
- Fabien Frankel as Criston Cole.
- Harry Collett as Jacaerys Velaryon.
- Tom Glynn-Carney as Aegon Targaryen.
- Ewan Mitchell as Aemond Targaryen
- Bethany Antonia plays Baela Targaryen.
- Phoebe Campbell plays Rhaena Targaryen.
- Phia Saban plays Helaena Targaryen.
- Matthew Needham plays Larys Strong.
- Jefferson Hall plays Tyland Lannister and Jason Lannister.
It’s unlikely we’ll see Viserys I. (played by Paddy Considine) again, and the same goes for Lucerys Velaryon (gespielt von Elliot Grihault). We anticipate that a slew of new characters will be introduced in the second season, particularly from houses that have yet to be revealed, such as the Starks.
Miguel Sapochnik, the first season’s showrunner, has left the series. Ryan Condal, the first season’s co-director, and Alan Taylor, who directed a few episodes from the first two seasons of “Game of Thrones,” will take up the reins. It is expected that the series creator, George R.R. Martin, will return as executive producer.
What is the plot of House of the Dragon Staffel 2?
With the start of the Targaryen-Bürgerkrieg, also known as the “Tanz of the Drachen,” the second season will begin. Westeros is divid by two throne claims: that of King Aegon II. Targaryen ascended to the throne after his mother, Alicent, allegedly heard her late husband say he would kill his son.
The second descends from Queen Rhaenyra I. Targaryen, Viserys’ first choice for his firstborn daughter. She believes the Hightowers stole the throne and regards Aegon’s kingship as a betrayal.
Initially, it appeare that Rhaenyra was eager to find a peaceful solution to this conflict. But that will change after the tragic death of her son Lucerys Velaryon, who Prince Aemond’s Drachen Vhagar killed. It could have been an accident, but given the bad blood between the two boys, it will not appear that way to others. It’s almost certain that Rhaenyra will be cruel to Alicent and her family.
More than two seasons of “House of the Dragon” are plan.
Variety reported that George R.R. Martin had signed a five-year contract with HBO and HBO Max With a lot of assurance, which could imply that “House of the Dragon” will run at least that long. Even though the series was only extended for a second season, it was one of the most successful HBO shows. Therefore we would be surprised if it was canceled.
This is one interpretation of “House of the Dragon.”
In Germany, you may watch all ten episodes of the HBO series Staffel One on Sky. The second episode will most likely be available on Sky at the start. All Sky, HBO, and Netflix content (every month) are include in the provider’s Entertainment Plus package. In the calendar year, the package costs 15 euros per month.
The cocktails are name for Félix Kir, the mayor of Dijon, locate in the Burgundy region of France. According to accounts, the mayor served the cocktail to foreign representatives after World War II, popularising the drink.
Although we can’t buy the fictitious Chamère at a real wine store, many wineries sell “Kir Royale in a bottle,” as Louise describes it in the third season finale. Kir Royale had already been bottle by Dijon-based distilleries such as Lejay Logout. Clinton Vineyards of Clinton Corners, New York, produced Kir Royale in bottles in August 2022.