A Number Of Game Of Thrones Spin-Offs Are In The Works

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It seems the world of Game Of Thrones will continue in the shape of spin-offs , with HBO reportedly looking to capitalize on the shows popularity.

One of the most dreadful moments for fans is when they know that a show that they love is on its end. Authors and directors do their best to offer something peculiar and strange in one episode tactfully arousing the audience’s curiosity levels, making them want for more. And when the time finally comes for the finale, it seems that a beautiful journey has come to an end. The long waits before each episodes aren’t there anymore and it seems life doesn’t have much to offer in this case.

In the past few years we have seen the emergence of many great shows. Game of Thrones is one show that has captivated the audience most. The fantasy drama has been entertaining audiences for six years now. But now it’s finally time to wrap up the series in 2018. For many accepting the end of this show is hard. The show has engulfed its viewers in one way to the other in terms of making fan theories and waiting hard for the next episodes. All good things must come to an end. But for Game of Thrones there might be a twist.

Show producers and directors have decided not to disappoint fans and keep them attached to the Games of Thrones universe. HBO the network for Game of Thrones has begun production of up to four spinoffs of the highly rated show. HBO in the past has depended significantly on Game of Thrones for its revenue and will be hoping that these shows are aired.

Currently there are reports that HBO is working with Max Borenstein of Kong: Skull Island, Brian Helgeland of La Confidential, Jane Goldman of Kingsman: The Secret Service‘, Carly Wray. Of West World and  George RR Martin author of the Song of Ice and Fire book series’.

However the exact timeline for these projects hasn’t been specified. As reported by CNN Media, HBO regarding the issue said that “There is no set timetable for these project. It added that “We’ll take as much or as little time as the writers need and, as with all our development, we will evaluate what we have when the scripts are in.”