We wish we could fast-forward to 2022 - for a number of reasons - but to be able to see how the 'Game of Thrones' prequel series turns out is one of them.
Off the back of their industry-shattering announcement recently, Warner Bros-owned HBO Max will be delivering all of its current slate of 2021 movies both on demand and in theatres simultaneously. Understandably, it made a lot of people pretty pissed. But the streaming service has released a sizzle of what titles we can look forward to in the new year, along with a brief glimpse of the 'House of the Dragon' series.
As you can see in the tail-end of the video below, the upcoming 'Game of Thrones' prequel series has officially been given a release date of 2022.
The series will star Matt Smith, Olivia Cooke, Emma D'Arcy, and Paddy Considine, and is expected to begin production in the new year.
Along with the tease of 'House of the Dragon', the trailer shows off a number of other titles making their way to HBO Max in 2021. The rebooted 'Gossip Girl', the 'Friends' reunion special, 'The Synder Cut', 'Succession', 'The Nevers', and loads more feature.
Hopefully by 2022, HBO Max will have arrived in Ireland. The US streamer has plans to roll-out globally in 2021, but how that will work out in Ireland remains to be seen. Currently, many of the HBO-made titles end up on the various Sky channels and NOW TV.
Here's the HBO Max lineup trailer for you in all its glory.