Bloys also shared an update on the Game Of Thrones spinoff series, and said the earliest it would air would be one year after Game of Thrones' series finale, around 2020. Spending more than a year to make just six episodes has to be some kind of industry record, but showrunners David Benioff and Dan Weiss have always been determined to increase the series' spectacle every season and deliver a final run that satisfies even its most demanding fans. We don't want to use it launch [a new series]. This isn't the first time that HBO has crushed our spirits with a ridiculously long wait time considering the schedule of Game of Thrones as well as the fact that we are still waiting for Westworld season 2. The final season of the hit medieval series starring Kit Harington and Emilia Clarke indeed is expected to feature a lot of battle scenes, including a dragon-on-dragon battle between Drogon and his undead brother Viserion in the Great War to Come.More news: Pelosi's 'five white guys' joke not well received by peer
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Among some of the writers already confirmed to work on the project are Max Borenstein (Godzilla, Kong: Skull Island) and Jane Goldman (X-Men, Kick-Ass). I've seen some exciting material. "But there's no timetable about when a decision would be made about any of them". "We ave some really talented writers working on them". But the gap between seasons 1 and 2 was 15 months, season 2 aired in late October, creators the Duffer brothers are still writing the next edition, and a start-of-production date has yet to be set ... so you don't need psychic powers to deduce we won't likely be revisiting Hawkins this year. I don't want to cheapen it with a spinoff airing right after it.