Fifth prequel now in the works at HBO

'The Winds of Winter' News: Al Predicts What's Next on George RR Martin's Novel Series

According to Entertainment Weekly, a fifth "Game of Thrones" prequel series is being developed by screenwriter Bryan Cogman with the supervision of "A Song of Ice and Fire" author George R.R. Martin.

Though Game of Thrones showrunners Dan Weiss and David Benioff have both declined invitations to work on the prequel series, it seems like Cogman's a good bet for the fifth spinoff.

Cogman wrote Stormborn for the second episode of season seven, as well as The Broken Man, which was the seventh episode of season six.

Game of Thrones season 7 has been and gone but if you're aching for any Westeros-related news - anything at all - then we've got something to feed your hunger.

"Rather than "spinoff" or 'prequel, ' however, I prefer the term 'successor show.' That's what I've been calling them".

The epic fantasy saga of Game of Thrones (GoT) set in the fictional land of Westeros, based on the books by George R R Martin has a massive fan following and each fan eagerly waits for the next episode. All five projects are all super-secret, but there are a few details fans should know to hold them over until we get more info.

HBO's programming president Casey Bloys has said it's likely only one of the prequels will make it to air, but that shouldn't be the case. In the same blog post where Martin confirmed a fifth series was in development, the writer also ruled out some of the more popular theories fans had.

While Martin has been quiet all this time on the progress of the sixth book, new reports claim that a fan named Zack Thoutt has recently used a recurrent neural network to guess what would be in store for fans in the novel series.

Martin adds that he has a more formal role in Cogman's series than with the others.

"We could possibly see two or even three make it to the pilot stage, with one series emerging on air in 2019 or 2020... and the others maybe later".

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