May 6, 2017 | Posted in straight by
HBO has confirmed that they have hired four different writers to create spin-offs to the network's blockbuster sexy series "Game Of Thrones."
The writers include Max Borenstein (“Kong: Skull Island”), Jane Goldman (“Kingsman: The Golden Circle”), Brian Helgeland (“Legend”), and Carly Wray (“Mad Men”), and according to Variety, only Goldman and Wray will have the honor of getting to work directly with "Game Of Thrones" author and creator George R.R. Martin in the creation of their scripts.
There's no timeline on the completion of any of these scripts and the seventh season of the show will be debuting in July. The final season of the show is currently being written and will be between six to eight episodes long.
It's really super news that more of this excellent show is on the way even if all four of these don't make it past the scriptwriting phase and that its characters and all of the sexiness of Kings Landing isn't just vaporizing once the final episode airs. Plus, they have spent so much damn money on the show, there's no way that not continuing to feed the show's fans would be a good idea in the slightest.