The Game of Thrones universe: Every spinoff series in development or cancelled

In the competitive landscape of entertainment, few franchises rival the cultural impact and fan fervor of Game of Thrones. Despite the conclusion of the main series, HBO continues to expand the rich tapestry of Westeros with spinoff series.

From House of the Dragon’s soaring success to the cancellation of anticipated projects, here’s a comprehensive look at every Game of Thrones spinoff in development or cancelled.

House of the Dragon:

The first spinoff to hit screens, House of the Dragon delves into the Targaryen dynasty’s tumultuous history, set centuries before the events of Game of Thrones. With a stellar cast and gripping storytelling, its success has paved the way for more ventures into Westeros.

Aegon’s Conquest:

Set to explore the legendary conquest of Westeros by Aegon the Conqueror, this spinoff promises epic battles and strategic maneuvering. While details remain sparse, fans eagerly anticipate the adaptation of Martin’s “Fire and Blood.”

Cancelled — Untitled Jon Snow Sequel Series:

Despite initial excitement, the proposed Jon Snow sequel series has been cancelled. Kit Harington’s revelation sheds light on the challenges of crafting a compelling narrative post-Game of Thrones, leaving fans to wonder about Jon Snow’s fate.

The Sea Snake:

Building on House of the Dragon’s success, HBO plans to explore the enigmatic Lord Corlys Velaryon’s adventures in a prequel series. Bruno Heller’s involvement promises thrilling naval escapades in the vibrant world of Westeros.

10,000 Ships:

Set a millennium before Game of Thrones, this spinoff focuses on Princess Nymeria’s legendary exploits in establishing Dorne. With Amanda Segel onboard, fans anticipate a captivating journey through Westerosi waters.

A Knight of the Seven Kingdoms: The Hedge King:

Adapting Martin’s beloved novellas, this series follows Ser Duncan the Tall and Aegon V Targaryen on their early adventures. With Steve Conrad at the helm, viewers can expect a compelling exploration of Westerosi lore.

The Golden Empire Animated Series:

HBO ventures into animation with a series exploring the Yi Ti dynasty of Essos, inspired by Imperial China. Martin’s endorsement and stunning early artwork hint at an immersive animated experience.

Cancelled — Untitled Flea Bottom Series:

While the slums of King’s Landing offered rich storytelling potential, plans for a Flea Bottom series have been scrapped. Fans mourn the loss of a deeper dive into the capital’s gritty underbelly.

Cancelled — Bloodmoon:

Jane Goldman’s ambitious prequel set during the Age of Heroes faced setbacks and ultimately met cancellation. Despite a promising pilot, HBO opted not to move forward, leaving fans to speculate on what could have been.

As HBO navigates the vast landscape of the Game of Thrones universe, each spinoff series offers a unique glimpse into the realm of Westeros. From epic conquests to intimate character studies, the future holds endless possibilities for fans eager to explore this rich tapestry of storytelling. While some projects face cancellation, the enduring legacy of Game of Thrones ensures that Westeros will continue to captivate audiences for years to come.