Unlike Game of Thrones, however, the first season of House of the Dragon jumps around in time a lot.
This is done to set up the Dance of the Dragons, which is likely to be the main conflict of the series.
R. Martin himself says, "It will take four full seasons of 10 episodes each to do the Dance of the Dragons justice, from beginning to end."
He also talks about the time jumps while thinking about how short TV seasons have become over time.
The Sopranos had 13 episodes per season, but Game of Thrones only had 10 just a few years later (and not even that, those last two seasons).
Unlike Game of Even though four 10-episode seasons is only half of Game of Thrones' eight-season run, if George R.R. Martin thinks that is enough to finish the story and tell it well, then that seems like a good plan for the series to follow.Thrones, however, the first season of House of the Dragon jumps around in time a lot.
If you're like me, you might be wondering, "If House of the Dragon has already reached the beginning of the Dance of the Dragons, how much more story is there for the series to tell?" So, based on a blog post by George R.