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Every Game of Thrones Spin-Off Show in Development
By SANDY SCHAEFER
The Jon Snow show
Kit Harington would return to his role as Jon Snow in the "Game of Thrones" sequel series that HBO is currently developing. There are still many questions about the Jon Snow series, such as what it will actually be called and whether the sequel will focus on Jon's surviving relatives as much as Jon, or exclusively the Jon Snow show.
Tales of Dunk and Egg
Based on George R.R. Martin's novellas, HBO is currently working on a "Tales of Dunk and Egg" series that will chronicle the exploits of Duncan, or "Dunk," a nearly seven-foot-tall rookie hedge knight, and his spunky, bald young companion, known as "Egg." It turns out that the latter is actually Aegon V Targaryen, the Targaryen prince who ascends to rule Westeros as a king.
10,000 Ships
In contrast to some of the other "Game of Thrones" spin-off shows, Amanda Segel (known for working on TV series "Without a Trace," "Person of Interest," and "Helstrom"), is already known to be working as the show's head writer on "10,000 Ships." The show would take place 1,000 years before "Game of Thrones," focusing on Princess Nymeria's trip to Dorne.
9 Voyages
Lord Corlys Velaryon, a significant non-Targaryen in "House of the Dragon," is known as the most renowned seafarer in Westeros thanks to the famous nine voyages he took from Westeros to Essos when he was younger. The currently-developing "9 Voyages" series would center on Corlys' "Great Voyages" years before the events of "House of the Dragon."
Untitled animated series
HBO is reportedly working on three separate animated spinoff series, all of which have the same adult tone as "Game of Thrones." The Golden Empire of Yi Ti, a territory on the Essos continent that effectively acts as a stand-in for Imperial China, is reported to be the setting for one of the animated "Game of Thrones" spin-offs.