Game of Thrones' Bryan Cogman Developing Fifth Prequel

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Game of Thrones co-executive producer and writer Bryan Cogman looks to be working with George R.R. Martin himself on another possible prequel to the hit series.

Cogman was also the rare GoT producer to wade into the Twitter tempest to interact with fans, but quit the social network a month ago to focus on the show's final season (and, unbeknownst to fans, this prequel project). Here are five shows you can binge watch to help pass the time.

The Game Revealed's latest episode dives into what many consider the season's best instalment, "The Spoils of War". Although details on all of the developing spin-offs remain under wraps, Martin has confirmed that all of the potential successor shows will be prequels and will not involve current members of the main cast.

There's a fifth Game of Thrones prequel series in the works, and the project's writer is a familiar name to the fantasy drama's fans with a massive amount of Westeros experience. He's written several episodes including season 7's "Stormborn", season 4's "The Laws of Gods and Men" and season 3's "Kissed by Fire". Eventually, sure, I'd love that, and so would many of you.

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Martin hinted at Cogman's fifth prequel in a post to his LiveJournal page this past May.

So what is Cogman's series about? Martin, however, is involved with three of them.

Outside of the circle of people working on the projects, there is nearly absolutely no information as to what the new series may entail, with details on when or where they will take place and what characters the shows will focus on being held by HBO as closely-guarded secrets. HBO programming president Casey Bloys previously said he may only give the green light to one of them.

- Not a whole lot is known about the eighth and final season of HBO's "Game of Thrones", probably because production hasn't even started on the concluding installment yet. We were joined by the very handsome Hudson Taylor, Scoops absolutely nailed their Magic Cover, Kymann Power and Dara Dynamite went for a dip Olympic-style, while Justine Stafford shows that the only thing to fear.is The Fear itself.

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