HBO quickly declared its intention to extend the show for a second season following the premiere, citing its nearly immediate success and the fact that it attracted the biggest new series audience in HBO's history.
(However, is it truly a new series?) Additionally, there are suspicions that the show will continue into Season 3 and beyond.
These theories were fanned by the show's actor Matt Smith, who revealed plans for what comes after the time leap in Episode 6 on an episode of the Happy Sad Confused podcast
"Once we make the jump, we're in. I'm rather confident that going forward, there won't be any significant time jumps, especially between this season and the one next.
Oh, yeah. When Will Season 2 of House of the Dragon Be Released? Production on Season 2 has started, according to BT in the UK, and filming is scheduled to start in the summer of 2023. Filming might start in the spring, according to other reports.
The first season's filming started in April 2021, and it will premiere around fifteen months after that
There is always a potential that Season 2 may be produced more quickly, but we're not very hopeful. Season 2 is anticipated to premiere in late summer or fall 2024.
What will be covered in Season 2? The series has so far been partially based on author George R.R. Martin's blockbuster novel Fire & Blood
which serves as a type of history book for Westeros and the Targaryens. The book covers every significant episode of Season 1 as well as the history that followed King Viserys I's passing, including the subsequent civil war. 129–131 AD
The Iron Throne heir will be chosen at that time. While it's uncertain how much of the American Civil War Season 2 will be covered, we can probably anticipate a more conventional timeline sans time jumps.
The performers and characters should be essentially set for the upcoming season. Who Will Make a Comeback in Season 2?
The Targaryens, Hightowers, and Velaryons will be represented by the same players as Season 1's cast. The Starks are anticipated to appear in Season 2