The Best Drama Series award was given to HBO’s House of the Dragon at the 80th Golden Globes.
On Tuesday night, House of the Dragon won the Golden Globe for best drama series. The Crown, Ozark, Severance, and Better Call Saul competed against the record-breaking Game of Thrones prequel series.
Although he is no longer engaged with the series owing to a disagreement with HBO, co-showrunner and director Miguel Sapochnik accepted the Golden Globe award for House of the Dragon season one. Along with Sapochnik, Milly Alcock and Emma D’Arcy also spoke on stage.
The HBO premiere of “The Black Queen,” the season one finale of House of the Dragon, attracted 9.3 million viewers, the most viewers for a season finale since the final episode of Game of Thrones in 2019. The episode, which broadcast at the same time as Sunday Night Football and Major League Baseball, was leaked two days before its official HBO release.
HBO is presently working on the second season of House of the Dragon. Casey Bloys, Chairman and CEO of HBO and HBO Max, recently stated that the second season won’t premiere until 2024 at the earliest and that filming will start early next year.
Miguel Sapochnik and Ryan J. Condal co-show-ran the first season of House of the Dragon. Along with George R. R. Martin, they also served as executive producers for the season. Matt Smith, Olivia Cooke, Emma D’Arcy, Paddy Considine, Rhys Ifans, Steve Toussaint, Eve Best, and Sonoya Mizuno are among the series’ impressive cast members.
HBO Max now offers every episode of House of the Dragon.