We know HBO and the more premium studios at Warner Bros. Discovery is not satisfied with an existing “Game of Thrones” spin-off. That gig is a flagship of a phenomenon on a global scale, and they’re looking to capitalize on it in any way they can. “House of the Dragon” has been refreshed for a second season, and based on the success of this show, I have no doubt that we’ll see more greenlit in the near future, such as the spin-off. by Jon Snow Kit Harrington in development.
As the hopeful expansion of the universe is extracted from the pages of George R.R. Martin, I wonder if this use of the “Game of Thrones” theme is the underlying sound of all this program or not. I hope this is not the case. I like to believe this was a well-thought-out creative decision by Ryan Condal, Miguel Sapochnik, and Ramin Djawadi, but in the consortium-sponsored art scene, you can never be too sure.
“House of the Dragon” is, if you forgive the pun, playing with fire. That theme song is the rule, but seeing the brand new opening animated title sequence paired with it is a bit jarring. I’ll need a few episodes before I get used to it. We had 73 episodes on that subject combined with one show and just one episode of “House of the Dragon.” It is not fair to give a final verdict on the original judgment. So far, I’ve thoroughly enjoyed most elements of the show, and I don’t want to get hung up on wondering if this use of the theme song is completely cynical. Whatever their reasons, I know I can’t stop humming it today.
https://www.slashfilm.com/985569/house-of-the-dragon-uses-the-classic-game-of-thrones-theme-but-is-that-a-good-idea/ House Of The Dragon uses the classic Game Of Thrones theme… But is that a good idea?