House Of The Dragon Episode 6: The House Of The Dragon: Episode 6 release date revealed! Check out here

The wait is over for the fans of the Targaryen story. Very shortly, you will be able to follow the drama and action of the next occupant of the Iron Throne. The eagerly awaited episode six of the House of the Dragon will finally be released on Monday, September 2022.

Episode 6 release

HBO will air the sixth episode of the House of the Dragon on Sunday, September 25 at 9 pm Eastern Standard time (US). The time equivalents in some other zones are 6.00 pm PST and 8.00 pm Central Standard Time. The British time will be 2.00 am (September 26), and the Indian time will be 6.30 am-September 26, Monday.

A Peek into Episode 6 Season 1

Titled The Princess and the Queen, the sixth episode is more about the stormy relationship between Princess Rhaenyra and Queen Alicent. The previous episode (5) shows the story of Princess Rhaenyra’s wedding with Ser Laenor. The royal wedding turned ugly and violent. The sixth episode takes viewers ten years ahead. The king leads a council meeting where his daughter Princess Rhaenyra (played by Emma D’Arcy) is also present. The Princess disagrees with the king and the queen on issues of Stepson’s defense. The wait is almost over for the next part of this exciting fantasy!


FAQs

1. Is the House of the Dragon (HOD) a film?

The House of the Dragon is an action-fantasy thriller presented as a TV series by HBO. Followers of the action drama Game of Thrones will relate the HOD as a prequel to the GOT. The story describes the Targaryen clan’s succession fight. However, the drama series is set about 200 years before the actions shown in GOT.

2. How many episodes are there for the House of the Dragons?

Season 1 of the House of the Dragons has been planned as a ten-part series.

3. Who is the writer of the House of the Dragon?

The series is created on ideas from a book written by George RR Martin, titled Fire and Blood.

Disclaimer Statement: This content is authored by an external agency. The views expressed here are those of the respective authors/entities and do not represent the views of Economic Times (ET). ET does not guarantee, vouch for or endorse any of its contents nor is responsible for them in any manner whatsoever. Please take all steps necessary to ascertain that any information and content provided is correct, updated, and verified. ET hereby disclaims any and all warranties, express or implied, relating to the report and any content therein.

.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Back to top button

Adblock Detected

Please consider supporting us by disabling your ad blocker