House of the Dragon renewed for season 2 by HBO after breaking episode 1 viewership record

game of thrones‘ Prequel show House of Dragons has officially been renewed for a second season, just days after the premiere of its first episode. The decision was made by HBO, the show’s management company, after the success of the pilot within a few days broke all the viewership records. Game of Thrones, the show’s predecessor, aired on HBO for eight seasons from 2011-19. Read also; House of Dragons episode 1 watched four times as many people as the pilot of Game of Thrones

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House of Dragons began streaming on HBO Max on Sunday (and on Disney+ Hotstar in India). According to figures released by HBO, the show was watched by nearly 10 million people in the US on its first day. Four days later this figure grew to 20 million. 13 million people watched the most watched episode of Game of Thrones. This is the highest hole ever HBO The show was received in the company’s history.

Reports say that this historic success has inspired HBO to move on to two more seasons. According to a report in The Hollywood Reporter, HBO’s executive VP of programming, Francesca Orsi, said, “We are proud of what the entire House of Dragons team has accomplished in this season. Our phenomenal cast and crew engaged in a great challenge and exceeded all expectations, showing that they have already established themselves as TV stars. Many Thanks to George RR Martin, Ryan Kondal and Miguel Sapochnik for leading us on this journey. We could be excited…

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