Game of Thrones fans will be excited to learn that even more brand-new projects set in the show's universe are in the works! As Variety reports, it was announced on Thursday that the HBO fantasy drama series has three more spinoff series under development, and the first details of each have been released!

Game of Thrones spinoffs: here's what we know so far

Game of Thrones previously announced another spinoff series, which is titled House of the Dragon. Set to make its debut on HBO in 2022, the show focuses on king "Viserys Targaryen" before the events of the series. "Viserys" will be played by Paddy Considine, and the cast also boasts several big-name stars like Olivia Cooke, Kate Winslet, and Matt Smith.

The three new shows being developed are currently titled 9 VoyagesFlea Bottom, and 10,000 Ships. As Variety shares, renowned sea explorer "Lord Corlys Velaryon"— also known by the alias "Sea Snake"— is at the centre of 9 VoyagesFlea Bottom finds itself set in the poverty of King's Landing, and 10,000 Ships tells the story of "Princess Nymeria's" journey.


Game of Thrones could see recurring cast in prequels

Game of Thrones may potentially have some of the stars of its upcoming prequels reprise their roles across multiple series! As Variety mentions, Steve Toussaint has been tapped to take on the role of "Lord Corlys" in House of the Dragon, while Eve Best is also set to play his wife, "Princess Rhaenys".

Since both characters would feature prominently in 9 Voyages, there's a possibility fans would see Toussaint and Best make appearances in both series! It will be interesting to see what the future holds for all of the Game of Thrones prequels, which will hopefully make their way onto our screens in the near future!