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Witness the fall of the House of the Dragon in Max's first season 2 trailer

Fire and blood, blood and fire in the Game of Thrones prequel House of the Dragon season 2 trailer

House of the Dragon season 2
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THe first trailer for Max's House of the Dragon season 2 is here, and its got a lot of fire and blood - just like the book it's based on.

Take a look:

Cover image for YouTube videoHouse of the Dragon Season 2 | Official Teaser | Max

IN addition to all your favorites from the latter half of House of the Dragon season 1, you can expect to see debuts from Gayle Rankin (as Alys Rivers), Simon Russell Beale (as Ser Simon Strong), Freddie Fox (Ser Gwayne Hightower), and Abubakar Salim (Alyn of Hull).

Let us help you get your bearings on this and all the larger Game of Thrones universe with our guide to how (and where) to watch all the Game of Thrones series in chronological or release order.

While we have a first trailer for House of the Dragon season 2, we do not have a release date yet - merely a window of time. In this case, summer 2024.

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