House of the Dragon: HBO sets major season 1 event

House of the DragonIs House of the Dragon going to be the biggest show of the summer? It’s too early to say anything with 100% certainty, but absolutely we think HBO would like that to be the case. They’ve invested a great deal already in the Game of Thrones prequel, and they’re doing even more by confirming its presence at San Diego Comic-Con this year.

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The convention this year is running from July 21-24, and of course a lot more information will be forthcoming about attendees and what could be shown off here.

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This is a bold move for HBO and parent company Warner Bros. Discovery in a lot of ways, especially since Game of Thrones scaled back some of its presence at the convention near the end of its run. Conspiracy theorists will say that this is to avoid some backlash from fans unhappy with the final seasons of the show. In general, House of the Dragon has a different crop of actors and producers, so they could end up being immune to at least some of that.

In general, we imagine that HBO is going to take advantage of this opportunity to share a few more details about the prequel, whether it be a new trailer or even some specific sneak peeks that allow you to see more of what the future will hold here.

House of the Dragon itself will premiere in August, and we imagine there’s a lot of additional news and teasers on the way.

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What are you most hoping to see from House of the Dragon when it does eventually premiere?

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