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Game of Thrones spinoff A Knight Of The Seven Kingdoms recruits Black Mirror director to work on first half of HBO show


The first half of the spinoff Game Of Thrones A Knight Of The Seven Kingdoms will be overseen by Owen Harris, who is best known for directing two episodes of Black Mirror, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

Harris will direct the first three episodes of the program and will also serve as one of the project’s executive producers.

It was also revealed that the first season of the show – which is being developed alongside several other spinoffs – will have a total of six episodes.

Development on A Knight Of The Seven Kingdoms was originally announced in 2021.

Variety revealed that the project will be based on George RR Martin’s Tales of Dunk and Egg novels, which were published between 1998 and 2010.

The first half of the Game of Thrones spinoff A Knight of the Seven Kingdoms will be directed by Owen Harris, who worked on Black Mirror, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

Harris will direct the first three episodes of the program and will also serve as one of the project's executive producers;  seen in 2015

Harris will direct the first three episodes of the program and will also serve as one of the project’s executive producers; seen in 2015

The three novellas in the collection were published together as Knight of the Seven Kingdoms in 2013.

The upcoming program will be chronologically set 100 years before the start of the main series Game Of Thrones.

A Knight Of The Seven Kingdoms was also used as the title for the second episode of the eighth season of the hit HBO series which aired in 2019.

The upcoming series will focus on Ser Duncan the Tall, a brave and naive young knight, as well as his squire Egg.

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The show will follow the characters as they navigate through Targaryen-ruled Westeros, encountering both powerful enemies and dangerous situations.

The roles of Duncan and Egg will be played by Peter Claffey and Dexter Sol Ansell, respectively.

Martin and Ira Parker serve as writers for the upcoming project and will also executive produce the series.

According to Deadline, A Knight Of The Seven Kingdoms is expected to premiere in late 2025.

The upcoming program will be chronologically set 100 years before the start of the main series Game Of Thrones

The upcoming program will be chronologically set 100 years before the start of the main series Game Of Thrones

The roles of Duncan and Egg will be played by Peter Claffey and Dexter Sol Ansell, respectively;  Claffey is seen in March
The upcoming series will focus on Ser Duncan the Tall, a brave and naive young knight, as well as his squire Egg;  Ansell is seen in 2023

The roles of Duncan and Egg will be played by Peter Claffey and Dexter Sol Ansell, respectively.

According to Deadline, Knight Of The Seven Kingdoms is expected to premiere in late 2025

According to Deadline, Knight Of The Seven Kingdoms is expected to premiere in late 2025

The program will serve as the second Game Of Thrones spinoff, as the show’s first related series, House Of The Dragon, premiered in 2022.

Set roughly 200 years before the start of the main series, the show features a cast that includes Paddy Considine, Matt Smith and Emma D’Arcy.

House Of The Dragon has been receiving critical acclaim since its release and its second season premieres this June.

Another Game Of Thrones spinoff, Bloodmoon, entered development in 2018, although it was shelved the following year.



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