Nymeria, Flea Bottom, Sea Snake: Three new Game of Thrones spin-off series in the works from HBO

One spin-off suggests a character in House of the Dragon may already have his own series lined up

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House of the Dragon isn’t even up and running, but HBO is already developing a further three Game of Thrones spin-offs, according to reports.

Variety cites various sources who claim two new series will be inspired by two characters from George RR Martin’s, while another, Flea Bottom, will be set in the poorest district of King’s Landing.

One of the characters reportedly getting his own show, titled either Sea Snake or 9 Voyages, is Lord Corlys Velaryon, the head of House Velaryon known as the “Sea Snake”, the most famous nautical adventurer in Westeros.

The Sea Snake also appears in the forthcoming GoT prequel House of the Dragons, where he will be played by actor Steve Toussaint – paving the way for a potential spinoff before Toussaint has even set foot in the fantasy realm.

The other character getting her own series is Princess Nymeria, who travelled with the Rhoynar to Dorne and married Lord Mors Martell, in a series with the working title 10,000 Ships.

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House of the Dragon has cast the majority of its lead characters, with Paddy Considine, Olivia Cooke, Emma D’Arcy, Matt Smith, Rhys Ifans, Eve Best and Sonoya Mizuno among the stars on board.

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