A tv series that would serve as a predecessor to the popular fantasyserie 'Game of Thrones', has been scrapped by the streaming service HBO.
It writes several american entertainment media, including the Deadline and Entertainment Weekly.
the Filmmaker behind the new tv series, Jane Goldman, had allegedly sent an e-mail to the show's actors, which says that the tv series is cancelled.
the Show action should have occurred many thousand years before the action in 'Game of Thrones'.
Among the actors, which were associated with the series, was among the other Oscar-nominated Naomi Watts.
For Danish cinema audiences she is probably most known from the movie 'Eastern Promises', where she plays together with the Danish-american Viggo Mortensen.
Nikolaj Coster-Waldau in the role of Jaime Lannister. Photo credit: HBO
flashbacks to the original forgængerserie was supposed to be filmed in the summer, but was allegedly not satisfied with the outcome, writes Deadline.
HBO has not confirmed the news.
instead, told HBO out on the night of Wednesday, that will be another forgængerserie with the title 'House of the Dragon'.
the Plot of this is going to take place 300 years before 'Game of Thrones'. The focal point of the series is the house Targaryen and the powerful - and drageelskende - family.
According to a press release, will the series contain ten sections.