As for the “Thrones” spinoffs, four teams of writers are beveling away on possible follow-up series. “We’re really happy with what we’re getting — we’re working with really talented people,” he said. But Bloys emphasized there’s no time line for making a pickup decision. HBO could conceivably pickup one or more of the projects, or none. No matter what happens, nothing will hit the air until at least a year after the final “Thrones” season airs.
Source and more: Variety
“There is not going to be anything in any scenario where we have any sort of prequel air for at least a year after that,” HBO president Casey Bloys told Deadline at TCA. “I want the final season of Game of Thrones to be the final season of Game Of Thrones, I don’t want to use it to launch something else, I want it to stand as the finale of the greatest tv show of all time, I don’t want to do anything that infringes on that.”
Source and more: Deadline
The 8th and final season of GOT is scheduled to air in 2019. Will you watch any of the proposed spinoff series in 2020 or beyond?