As reviews for the Game of Thrones prequel pour in, House of the Dragon gets an official Rotten Tomatoes rating.
Even though Game of Thrones’ last season left many fans with a bitter taste in their mouths, HBO continues to develop the series. With a plot that takes place hundreds of years before A Song of Ice and Fire, House of the Dragon aims to continue the Game of Thrones series.
The HBO series House of the Dragon received its first reviews on Friday, ahead of its Sunday release. Critics contend that House of the Dragon is a return to form and in the right direction, and the overall consensus thus far seems to be good.
Critics claim that House of the Dragon is a return to form and in the style of the early Game of Thrones seasons, and this seems to be the general agreement thus far.
The series’ Rotten Tomatoes rating is available along with the first reviews for House of the Dragon. With 257 reviews as of right now, House of the Dragon has an 81% Tomatometer rating.
House of the Dragon’s co-showrunners and executive producers are Miguel Sapochnik and Ryan J. Condal, who work with George R. R. Martin. Olivia Cooke, Matt Smith, Emma D’Arcy, Rhys Ifans, Steve Toussaint, Paddy Considine, Eve Best, and Sonoya Mizuno are among the series’ impressive cast members.
On August 22, House Of The Dragon will make its HBO debut.