Fans shouldn’t have high hopes for Emilia Clarke, who plays Daenerys Targaryen on HBO’s Game of Thrones, to join Kit Harrington in receiving her own spin-off series.
GameSpot discovered an interview with Clarke on the BBC in which he mentioned the Jon Snow-focused spin-off that creator George R.R. Martin recently revealed. After pitching the concept to Martin and HBO personally, Harrington was keen to come back, and Clarke was asked if she would also reprise her part in a new series.
She answered simply, “No.” “I feel like I’m done,” In essence, Clarke spent her entire 20s playing the Mother of Dragons on Game of Thrones, one of only a select few actors to appear in all eight seasons, which stretched from 2011 to 2019.
However, her character’s family will be moving back to Westeros even if Clarke most likely won’t. The first Game of Thrones spinoff series, House of the Dragon, which debuts on August 21, will soon include the Targaryens.
The first Game of Thrones spin-off will excite Clarke, who says she will watch it. It’s [set] a be-jillion years before our show, so it’s going to feel different, so I’m going to watch this as a new viewer, she said.
HBO is also developing a number of additional spin-off projects, though Martin cautioned that not all of them might be successful. Even after spending $30 million on the pilot episode, One was cancelled.
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