Still, no need to be a big mopey Jon Snow about it. If our wild days in Westeros are at an end, there’s lots of other great television in which to lose ourselves. There will, of course, be at least one Game of Thrones spin-off, the Naomi Watts-starring Bloodmoon, already filming in Belfast and expected to air in 2020. Plus, a king’s ransom of major swords and sorcery properties are being adapted for the screen. Netflix is bringing us The Witcher, Amazon The Wheel of Time and a Lord of the Rings prequel. And George RR Martin has just dropped an internet update confirming that, yes, he is still writing his much awaited sixth A Song of Ice and Fire novel, The Winds of Winter, and that it will see daylight eventually (we believe you George). However, that’s all in the future. More immediately, here is a countdown of forthcoming TV treats sure to help with your Westeros withdrawal pangs. And best of all, Thrones showrunners David Benioff and DB Weiss are off to make their Star Wars trilogy, so won’t be around to ruin any more of our favourite fantasy sagas. Huzzah. What/If, Netflix, Friday Renée Zellweger stars in… Read full this story
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