House of the Dragon is a sequel to one of the most popular TV shows, Game of Thrones. the series is based on George R.R. Martin’s “A Song of Ice and Fire” novels. Now the second season of the House of Dragon series is ready for the premiere on Disney Plus Hotstar soon.
The first episode of the first season of House of Dragons was already released on Disney plus Hotstar on 21 August 2022. It set an HBO record for a series premiere. Viewership of the first episodes in the United States has surpassed 20 million across linear, on-demand, and HBO Max platforms.
About The House Of Dragon Series
Ryan Condal created the series for HBO, with R.R. Martin and Miguel Sapochnik serving as showrunners. It takes place 200 centuries before the events of Game of Thrones and 172 years before Daenerys Targaryen’s birth. It depicts the beginning of the fall of the once-mighty empire, House Targaryen, as well as the events that led to and protected the Targaryen war of sequence, recognized as the Dance of Dragon.
House Of Dragon Disney+ Hostar Release Date
House of the Dragon has come with 10 episodes and, like the first episode of this season, the remaining 9 episodes will be released every week on Monday from 6:30 am until 23 October 2022.
Concerning the official release of House of the Dragon Season 2, the creators have not given any information. The season 2 was revealed via a motion poster on the series’s official Twitter account.
— House of the Dragon (@HouseofDragon) August 26, 2022
House Of Dragon Season 2 Star Cast
In the second season of House of Dragons mainly all characters from season 1 will be seen again. The name of the star cast:
Prince Daemon Targaryen played by Matt Smith
Princess Rhaenyra Targaryen played by Emma D’Arcy
Ser Otto Hightower played by Rhys Ifans
Hobert Hightower played by Steffan Rhodri
Older Alicent Hightower played by Olivia Cooke
Lord Corlys Velaryon played by Steve Toussaints
Princess Rhaenys Targaryen played by Eve Best
Ser Harwin Strong played by Ryan Corr
Mysaria played by Sonoya Mizuno
Lady Alicent Hightower played by Emily Carey
Ser Harrold Westerling played by Graham McTavish
Lord Lyman Beesbury played by Bill Peterson
High Septon played by Gary Raymond
King Viserys I Targaryen played by Paddy Considine
Ser Criston Cole played by Fabien Frankel