Game of Thrones Signs Up for Another Two-Season Deal

By Jaycee De Guzman | 3 years ago
Game of Thrones Signs Up for Another Two-Season Deal

The people behind the Game of Thrones do not usually sign up for a contract that says that they will go for two seasons, but this time it is different.

With how the show is run and accepted, it is already not surprising to see them sign up new contracts. It was really the length that surprised the fans. The production knows that they owe something to the crowd. They have been hitting records ever since the fourth season started.


Even TV experts say that the show has been phenomenal. What is even more shocking is that they continue to improve despite setting the bar too high.

What Would Be in the Fifth and Sixth Seasons

The fifth and the sixth seasons will cover the fourth and fifth book of the series written by George R.R. Martin. These books are entitled The Song of Ice and Fire. It will also showcase a surprise in the set. They could be implementing a new set that will feature the life during the War of Roses in the Game of Thrones series. This happened during the 15th century in England.

They could also hire casts that will best give the history behind the books. The producers are planning to re-purpose some of the characters. This is because it is just too hard to follow the written work to make it into a series.

More Surprises for the Fans

Aside from signing a contract for two new seasons, the Game of Thrones fans are also excited about the sixth book from George R.R. Martin. He has not finished it yet but he will soon release a word regarding its whereabouts.

Martin is not very open about his books. He does not release spoilers that much. Knowing the background of his books, you do not really want to know what is going to happen next. There are just too much killings that will ruin the experience if you knew them from spoilers. The only material mentioned was the title. It is going to have The Winds of Winter as its official title.

The Game of Thrones has bagged so many records in relation to the number of its viewers. What could be the secret ingredient that they have put in it? Do you think it is the good work relations between Martin and the TV people? Or is it the story that really brings in millions of viewers together?