Jon Snow is Coming Back in Game of Thrones Universe

Fans are swooning with joy after hearing the announcement about Game of thrones. Kit Harrington aka Jon Snow of the Wall is coming back in Game of Thrones prequel. He, Sansa, and Arya stark will feature in the upcoming GOT franchise.

Game of Thrones is coming back with a prequel “House of Dragons”. This is inspired by George R R Martin’s famous novel Winds of Winter. Earlier Game of thrones ruled the TV for ten years straight from 2009 to 2019. The show was a massive hit, within days, millions of copies were sold worldwide. Stark Family, Jon Snow, Daenerys Targaryen, and Tyrion Lannister plays an important role in the series.

Now show makers are thinking to bring back Jon Snow in the Game of Thrones prequel. There are few flashbacks in the season where he can play an important part. Kit Harrington approached recently to play the infamous role of him. 35 years old actor is quiet and reluctant about giving any comment so far. Along with him Sansa Stark and Arya Stark will also be in the upcoming series.

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There are various prequels announce by the Game of Thrones franchise. They are thinking to develop three more live-action prequel series set in WesterosThe Sea Snake, about the great seafarer Corlys Velaryon, who appears in House of the Dragon. Ten Thousand Ships is set 1,000 years earlier and tells the story of Princess Nymeria, who founded Dorne. And a series set just 90 years before Game of Throne’s name Tales of Dunk and Egg. Every story is written by George himself, in the short notes of his books.

However, fans are really happy to see their favorite actors in the new series. Jon Snow was the favorite character from the very first episode. Meanwhile, other characters get a nice ending, but his ending was not that satisfactory. He went on the wall after all the accusations. But This new and probably really risky series might bring his character a new life. So just wait and watch.

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