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House Of The Dragon Season 1 Finale Trailer Sets Up A Huge Battle To Come

HBO's fantasy drama wraps up its first season this Sunday, and it should be an epic episode.


The Game of Thrones prequel series House of the Dragon wraps up its first season this coming Sunday, October 23, and it looks like the debut season will go out with a bang. A teaser trailer for the season finale has been released, and it sets up an epic showdown between two major factions. The trailer contains big-time spoilers for House of the Dragon.

The trailer picks up immediately after the events of Episode 9, with Rhaenys (Eve Best) flying on a dragon to Dragonstone to warn Rhaenyra (Emma D'Arcy) and Daemon (Matt Smith) know what she just did and about the war to come. Queen Alicent (Olivia Cooke) is urging Rhaenyra to bend the knee and accept Aegon (Tom Glynn-Carney) as the true king, but Daemon says this is unacceptable. Rhaenyra herself would seemingly have no interest in doing so, either, as she has her own claim. So as it stands, it looks like Rhaenyra is going to war against Alicent and Aegon. The Season 1 finale seems like it'll be very action-packed. Here's the trailer:

In addition to posting this trailer for Episode 10, HBO released the newest "Inside the Episode" featurette for Episode 9. In it, the cast and crew break down the momentous moments of the penultimate episode.

The episode had a lot of drama and intrigue, with King Viserys (Paddy Considine) being confirmed dead and Aegon being crowned the new king. Rhaenys threw a wrench into the works with her dragon, staring down the Hightowers and setting up a big battle to come. Check out the feature below.

Episode 10 of House of the Dragon airs this Sunday, October 23 on HBO. The show has already been renewed for a second season, but there is no word yet as to when it will debut or what the story could be. Author George R.R. Martin has said he believes House of the Dragon needs four full seasons to tell its story properly.

For more, check out GameSpot's House of the Dragon review and what other critics are saying about it. Beyond House of the Dragon, HBO is developing a Jon Snow TV series with Kit Harington and George R.R. Martin.

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