‘House of Dragon’ Will See Shorter Season 2 as the Series Reconfigures for a Four Season Run

The fate of HBO’s House of Dragon is beginning to take shape. As production begins shortly for the prequel’s sophomore season, critical choices are being made that will define the show’s overall landscape. Those choices, being made in part by showrunner Ryan Condal and author/executive producer Geroge R.R. Martin, include a reduced episode count for Season 2 as the look to outline and define the future of the series. As of now, The House of Dragon creative team envisions three to four seasons of the series.

Still, as season three awaits final confirmation, it is unclear what the absolute number of seasons will be, but in October, Martin spoke excitedly about the series potentially extending to four seasons:

I am thrilled that we still have 10 hours every season to tell our tale…It is going to take four full seasons of 10 episodes each to do justice to the Dance of the Dragons…

George R.R. Martin

Whatever the decision, the series has the support of Warner Bros. Discovery, HBO’s parent company. It received a 200 million dollar marketing campaign last year that was a driving force for its huge August 2022 premiere and subsequent season two renewal shortly after.

Source: Deadline

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