Game of Thrones won't have a spin-off show, declares HBO boss

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HBO original programming president Casey Bloys revealed in an interview with IndieWire that the network will give the original show at least a year of buffer time before any more debut.

Let's start with season 8, which is coming in 2019. One of the grittier and more vulgar (the show is well known for its heavy use of curse words, two in particular) takes on the Old West, Deadwood provides compelling entertainment built around the famous real town of Deadwood, South Dakota and loosely uses actual people for the basis of their characters. "This story, A Song of Ice and Fire, is done".

The eighth and final season of "Game of Thrones" has been confirmed to arrive in 2019. He went on saying, "These things take time".

The fantasy drama, starring Kit Harington and Emilia Clarke, is smash hit, so it's not surprising that they want to do as much as possible with it.

"I suppose we could've said to them, 'You must deliver by this date,"' he continued.

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He also gave an update on the five Game of Thrones prequels which are now being worked on by HBO. We have really great writers working on these; it's very exciting. Not everybody is on the same schedule, so I've seen different versions of different things that are potentially exciting.

Luckily, everything we've heard about the final season, sounds absolutely incredible and Bloys only added to the anticipation in talking about the forthcoming six-episode finale. I don't have a timetable when we're going to make decisions on anything. When asked how many will actually get made, Bloys said, "I'll do anywhere from zero to five!".

HBO also announced the third season of their anthology series True Detective will not make it to air until next year either.

Game of Thrones has reached a status where it can do pretty much anything and its millions of fans will lose their collective minds.

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