the house of the dragon it’s here. August 22 was the date set by HBO Max for what is its big premiere of the year and the streaming giant has kept its promise. Potential viewers of the series are ready to plunge back into the Seven Kingdoms of Westeros. However, there are some doubts that we are going to resolve in order to enjoy the broadcast without confusion or anger.
And it is that once the prequel to Game of Thrones kick off, the audience is going to ask two fundamental questions for any series fan: how many chapters does the series have and what will the broadcast be like? At LOS40 we resolve these and some more questions so that you arrive fully prepared for the premiere of the house of the dragon.
The number of chapters
Like Game of Thrones (except for the last two installments), the first season of the house of the dragon It will have a total of ten chapters. with a duration of between 50 and 60 minutes each. This means that viewers will be able to enjoy the beauty of this return to the universe created by writer George RR Martin.
This will be the broadcast of The House of the Dragon
Now, how will the broadcast of those ten chapters be? HBO Max, unlike Netflix, always bets on the traditional model and with the house of the dragon not going to make an exception. there will only be one episode a week and it will be posted in the platform’s catalog every Monday morning, specifically at 3 in the morning.
This Monday the 22nd comes out the first and the broadcast will continue for the following weeks. If there are no changes and they continue with the established plan, HBO Max will pull the house of the dragon until on October 24, the date on which we can see the tenth and final chapter of the season. For now, we leave you with the premise of the series so that you can prepare yourself because things are coming strong.
The HBO original drama is based on the book fire and blood by George R. R. Martin. The series, set 200 years before the events of Game of Thrones, tells the story of the Targaryen House, specifically focuses on a time of relative peace that is cut short when King Viserys Targaryen has to start thinking about his heir and the two options he has are his brother Daemon, a man greedy and natural heir; and his daughter Rhaenyra, a princess who cannot aspire to sit on the Iron Throne because she was born a woman.