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EntertainmentHBO Chief Crushes Fans’ Hopes By Confirming There Will Be No ‘Game Of Thrones’ Arya Stark Spinoff

08:05  22 may  2019
08:05  22 may  2019 Source:   etcanada.com

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Game of Thrones fans hope to see Arya Stark star Maisie Williams continue on in a future spinoff .In April, when approached with that very proposition HBO already has a prequel series in active development at the network. One planned spinoff , that would have been shepherded by Game of .

Sorry, ' Game of Thrones ' fans : HBO chief shoots down Arya Stark sequel idea. Jayme Deerwester, USA TODAY Published 10:12 a . m . ET May 20, 2019 Fans began clamoring for a spinoff about the younger Stark daughter (Maisie Williams) as they watched her sail from King's Landing to find out

HBO Chief Crushes Fans’ Hopes By Confirming There Will Be No ‘Game Of Thrones’ Arya Stark Spinoff HBO

Amidst all the controversy over Sunday's series finale of "Game of Thrones", the final scenes teased the future fates of the surviving characters, with Jon Snow (Kit Harington) exiled to Castle Black to command the Night's Watch as Sansa Stark (Sophie Turner) returned to Winterfell to become the Queen in the North.

Perhaps most intriguingly of all, Arya (Maisie Williams) decided to take a ship and sail west, to "where the maps end" in order to find out what lies west of Westeros.

For many viewers, a lightbulb simultaneously went off above their heads as they suddenly envisioned a spinoff featuring Arya's adventures west of Westeros, along with the hope that "GoT" would somehow continue in some fashion.

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While there are no less than three “ Game of Thrones ” spin - off pilots in the works at HBO , Bloys insists they’ll take place in other eras in author RELATED: ‘ Game Of Thrones ’ Fan Video Imagines An Arya And The Hound Spinoff Series. “That’s one of reasons why I’m not trying to do the same

A man ruined the end of Game of Thrones (I'm referring to one in particular, but honestly, take your pick!) And now a man is ruining fans ' dreams of an But HBO programming president Casey Bloys told The Hollywood Reporter that it was unlikely a sequel about the Stark assassin would be made.

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Unfortunately, HBO programming president Casey Bloys poured cold water on that notion.

"Nope, nope, nope," Bloys told The Hollywood Reporter when asked about an Arya spinoff. "No. Part of it is, I do want this show — this 'Game of Thrones', Dan and David's show — to be its own thing. I don't want to take characters from this world that they did beautifully and put them off into another world with someone else creating it. I want to let it be the artistic piece they've got."

While there are no less than three "Game of Thrones" spinoff pilots in the works at HBO, Bloys insists they'll take place in other eras in author George R.R. Martin's "GoT" universe, and won't feature characters from the show.

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If You’re Hoping For A ‘ Game Of Thrones ’ Spinoff For Arya Stark Then HBO ’s Programming Chief Has Some News For You. Specifically, Arya Stark as she travels west of Westeros? He could not be any more clear here. There is no Arya Stark spinoff in the works and no plans to make that into a

Game of thrones is HBO ’s biggest show with a huge fan base and is too popular to just leave on the shelf after Game of Thrones showrunners and executive producers David Benioff and Dan Weiss will be 10 Game of Thrones Prequel Series Ideas which can be used as Game of Thrones Spinoff .

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"That's one of reasons why I'm not trying to do the same show over," Bloys continued. "George has a massive, massive world; there are so many ways in. That's why we're trying to do things that feel distinct — and to not try and re-do the same show. That's probably one of the reasons why, right now, a sequel or picking up any of the other characters doesn't make sense for us."

Fans' disappointment that "Arya: West of Westeros" will never happen led to an outpouring on social media.

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