Nov 04, 2016 12:24 PM EDT

'Games of Thrones' Season 7 Spoiler: Author George RR Martin Hints Prequel Of HBO Series?

By Din Rose

Currently, Game of Thrones Season 7 Finale is the biggest talk of town as the whole story comes to end. However, the most important question that hang over the head of many is what will happened after it.

Could be a possible movie or follow prequel or sequel or spinoff are the rounding up topics, then George Martin hinted viewers of a possible prequel which can end the speculations.

Since the first season of Games of Thrones, people were awed of the kingdom rivalry, dragons, princes, princesses, murder, suicide and treachery. In fact it even won this year's Emmy Awards, Best Drama and Most Awarded TV Shows of All Time. Certainly, any possible continuation of the show would be raved by the viewers.

Meanwhile, on Telegraph Author George RR Martin dropped a bomb. Indeed he had hinted a possible prequel. Author George RR Martin, meanwhile, has hinted that a prequel could be a possibility.

"I do have thousands of pages of fake history of everything that led up to Game of Thrones, so there's a lot of material there and I'm writing more." He said.

Possibly, HBO's Games of Thrones Season 7 won't get killed as the walls of Westeros fall down and Jon Snow meets Daenerys. Though, it will still be up for HBO management to continue the legacy of the thrones. Of course with Martin's statement it could mean that he is up for another round of throne wars.

But before anything could happened, Season 7 of the most watched HBO TV series will entice its viewers. Besides, HBO's Games of Thrones Season 7 show isn't confirmed yet so many things can still happen in the future.

In the other reports, the HBO's programming head spoke months ago of agreement on Martin's ideas. If a deal can be made and they can come up with creative agreement, then the show can go all the way to its bordering lands.

On the whole Culturess added some spoilers, HBO programming president Casey Bloys detailed Game of Thrones 7th season to debut on the summer of 2015 rather than the usual April month. It will also comprise of seven episodes long, from there everybody can see where the writers can lead the story on.

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