Game Of Thrones Spin-Off ‘10,000 Ships’ Is Officially In Development With Writer Amanda Sege.

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Game Of Thrones the prequel series follows Princess Nymeria and her armies who traveled from Essos to Dorne following their defeat by the Valyrian Freehold

Amanda Segel, who worked on Hulu’s Helstrom and Person of Interest, has been chosen to pen a Game of Thrones spinoff. Amanda Segel is now working on the 10,000 Ships project, which is one of three HBO spinoffs that we previously disclosed were in the works. HBO has declined to comment on the matter. However, an official statement will be made soon. She is shaping the story of Princess Nymeria.

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Following their defeat by the Valyrian Freehold in the Second Spice War, warrior queen Princess Nymeria and the surviving members of the Rhoynars traveled from Essos to Dorne.

Around 1,000 years before the events recounted in the A Song of Ice and Fire novels, this migration took place. Arya Stark’s dire wolf was named after Nymeria, as performed by Maisie Williams.

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Segel’s previous writing credentials include being a producer on CBS’ The Good Wife and serving as an executive producer on Spike TV’s Stephen King thriller The Mist. She also created a TV show based on the Ubisoft video game Skull & Bones.

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On top of House of the Dragon, which is now in production after obtaining a series order, HBO has three other Game of Thrones spinoffs in the works.

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The other two projects set in George R.R. Martin’s fictitious universe that we disclosed in March were 9 Voyages aka Sea Snake and Flea Bottom. Bruno Heller, the Mentalist founder, Rome co-creator, and Gotham developer is said to be engaged with the former, with Martin. Soon there will be a lot of announcements from HBO.

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