Sadly, all Game of Thrones fans will soon come to realize that there are only two seasons left of the drama series. However, HBO is willing to explore potential spinoffs to begin after Game of Thrones comes to an end.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, they have been considering four series’ with author George R.R. Martin and four other writers. Each project will be set in their own time frame of the world Martin has invented in his books, A Song of Ice and Fire. Fortunately, if these project ideas get accepted, the series will already have executive producers, Dan Weiss and David Benioff. However, the current authors will not partake in writing any of the projects, but still wish to take part in supporting it.
The status now for these projects is still unpredictable. HBO will be making no official decisions until the scripts are in. Martin has been working with Carly Wray, who has written for Mad Men, and Jane Goldman, who is known for her series of X-Men. The other writers include Oscar winning Brian Helgeland and Max Borenstein. Nevertheless, we are still able to enjoy Game of Thrones and its new seventh season premiering this July.