WiC Weekly: September 20-26


This week, we got new info on Game of Thrones sequel House of the Dragon, Game of Thrones prequel Blood Moon, and a lot else besides.

It’s time to count down some of the biggest stories to happen around WiC this week. The good times begin to roll…now.

First up, we have some fresh news about HBO’s Game of Thrones prequel show House of the Dragon, courtesy of the president of HBO:

Dune is the most anticipated movie of 2020…assuming it comes out in 2020. And everyone has an opinion on it:

At long last, an answer to a question that has troubled Game of Thrones fans for years:

The Walking Dead may be ending, but AMC has big plans for the franchise it began:

The Mandalorian is the most anticipated returning show of the fall, and when it arrives, it’ll feature some familiar faces:

Kit Harington (Jon Snow) gets honest about some the struggles he had on the set of the final season of Game of Thrones:

It was a banner week for Game of Thrones secrets. Naomi Watts opened up (just a little) about Blood Moon, the Game of Thrones prequel that never happened:

What’s the longest fantasy novel ever written? Do we have a new champion?

The good news is that The Witcher is back in production. But there’s bad news, too:

Netflix is making a TV show based on C.S. Lewis’ The Chronicles of Narnia. For the first time, we could see the whole saga adapted for the screen:

What will the next week bring? Stay tuned.

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