House of the Dragon has recently wrapped up its freshman season and will soon hit the 4K and Blu-ray market.
On Sunday, House of the Dragon concluded its first run after airing “The Black Queen,” an exciting installment that ended with Rhaenyra Targaryen crowned as the queen of the Seven Kingdoms. The highly appreciated series will become available in 4K and Blu-ray starting December 20, right before Christmas. In addition to the ten episodes that aired on HBO and HBO Max, the release will include over an hour of bonus features plus two all-new, never-before-seen featurettes. Fans can choose between buying the 4K limited collectible steelbook edition at $59.99 or the standard edition at $54.97. The Blu-ray edition comes at $49.99, while the DVD at $44.98.
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The full list of special features includes:
Welcome to Westeros (Exclusive to 4K UHD, Blu-ray, and DVD)Returning to the Seven Kingdoms (Exclusive to 4K UHD, Blu-ray, and DVD)A New ReignReturning to WesterosBefore the Dance: An Illustrated History with George R.R. MartinHeight of an EmpireNoble HousesFamiliar PlacesIntroducing the Characters
Take a look at the elegant House of the Dragon Season 1 steelbook here below.
Based on George R.R. Martin’s Fire & Blood, House of the Dragon chronicles the rise and the downfall of the Targaryens, the only family of dragonlords to survive the Doom of Valyria. It takes place 200 years before the events of the award-winning series adaptation of Game of Thrones, which aired its final episode in 2019.
The 10-episode series is being led by Paddy Considine, Matt Smith, as well as Olivia Cooke, and Emma D’Arcy as Princess Rhaenyra Targaryen. It also features Rhys Ifans, Steve Toussaint, Eve Best, Sonoya Mizuno, Milly Alcock, Emily Carey, Graham McTavish, Ryan Corr, Jefferson Hall, David Horovitch, Matthew Needham, Bill Patterson, Gavin Spokes, Wil Johnson, John Macmillan, Savannah Steyn, and Theo Nate.
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House of the Dragon hails from George R.R. Martin, Ryan Condal, and Game of Thrones director Miguel Sapochnik, with Condal and Sapochnik also serving as showrunners. Martin, Sapochnik, Condal, Vince Gerardis, and Sara Lee Hess are executive producers. Game of Thrones and Westworld composer Ramin Djawadialso also returns for the series.