House of the Dragon will be the first game of Thrones to be compared to Game of Thrones since the event occurred in 2019. The main plot of the new series is likely to focus on the Targaryen family, as they fight for the Iron Throne. It's possible that the show will be adapted for this series as well.
House of the Dragon, the new Game of Thrones prequel series, has been compared to something different from its predecessor. This familial conflict is depicted in another popular HBO series, Succession. When asked about the similarities, co-showrunner Ryan Condal said, "I think that's actually a great metaphor."
House of the Dragon should be compared to Game of Thrones because of the Targaryen lineage as one of the main plot points for the latter. He does have a point, as Game of Thrones relied on the Starks and Lannisters for their purposes. The new series is going to be all about the Targaryens and their ability to use dragons in their quest to thrash those who would get in their way. Up until the Night King killed one and resurrected it.
House of the Dragon is set hundreds of years before Game of Thrones, which highlighted the reign of the Mad King. This new series is said to showcase the Dance of the Dragons, which was a civil war between House Targaryen, so we may see some epic dragon battles during the show. Succession is also nominated for 13 Emmy Awards, including a nomination for Outstanding Drama Series.
House of the Dragon will be the first Game of Thrones spinoff and prequel series to air on HBO, after it had barely been unveiled as the most watched by Euphoria. It's unlikely that it will be the last. Game of Thrones officially ended in 2019, and everyone was devastated by the last season. Hopefully, House of the Dragon can correct that terrible feeling.
HBO has fantastic programming, and we cant wait to see House of the Dragon when it officially premieres on August 21st. The new series will focus on the Targaryen family's ascension and ascension, though we will likely not see any familiar faces. That's all there is to it, though.