The fire and excitement for "Game of Thrones" has not wavered one bit. Owing to that, HBO is forecast to spend money again for its spinoff series. Although there are no confirmations, the notions continue to escalate.
According to a report by Movieweb, "Yesterday, fans got the somewhat disappointing yet expected news that Game of Thrones is nearing its final chapter and for years, fans have been clamoring for a spinoff of HBO's tremendously successful drama." However, it remains uncertain on whether HBO would spend money again for a spin off whether a sequel or a prequel or even a side story for the much-acclaimed series, "Game of Thrones."
Also, as of the moment, HBO has not rendered any news and affirmations for a spinoff series for the "Game of Thrones" nor are there any plans for it as well. Showrunners David Benioff and Dan Weiss want to cap the "Game of Thrones" off at an uneven 73 hours, and they position that there will only be 13 episodes left after Season 6 comes to a close, according to the same post.
Given the epic success of the series, it was even speculated for airing in the oval office in the White House for a private screening for President Barack Obama, as reported by Jobs & Hire.
Although it remains uncertain, "Game of Thrones" will continue to dominate the primetime nights. For the fans and followers of the heroic series, the wait would be long until HBO affirms the speculations for releasing money again for a spinoff series.