During an extended interview with DeadlineHBO CEO Francesca Orci revealed that the network has its sights set on making three seasons for the upcoming Game of Thrones series: A Knight of the Seven Kingdoms: The Hedge Knight.
Orsi didn’t reveal much about the upcoming series, but gave an update on how long they would like, saying, “It’s supposed to be a series that comes out every year and has a story spanning 3 seasons, which make up the three novels that George has written.”
The novels of George R. The Orsay’s Martin chronicles the adventures of knight-turned-Kingsguard Sir Duncan the Tall and his assistant Aegon V Targaryen, also known as Igg. It takes place 90 years before Game of Thrones.
Orsi continued, “Of course we’d like more, and George keeps thinking about the remaining novels he still wants to write but at this point, we’re setting our sights on three seasons that will shape each book, each novel.”
The Hedge Knight has been announced Originally in January 2021, With reports that Steve Conrad will join as writer and executive producer later that year. Then HBO officially greenlighted the series on April 12, weeks before the Writers Guild of America strike began.