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Adrian Cunningham | 09 January, 2019, 18:57

Irish actress Denise Gough has been cast in the upcoming Game of Thrones prequel series.

Based on an idea by Thrones novelist/overlord George RR Martin, the show has been turned into a working concept by Goldman.

Finally, we have been given the names of the actors who will appear in this new version of the Seven Kingdoms.

While the clip didn't give us much to go off of, director David Nutter - who helms the season eight premiere - recently promised ET that it'll "live up to the hype." .

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Denise Gough (Colette), Sheila Atim (Harlots), and Alex Sharp (To the Bone) round up the cast.

HBO announced that a spin-off prequel series to the popular Game of Thrones world is officially underway.According to HBO, the still-untitled series will be set thousands of years before the current show's setting, revolving around the world's downfall from the golden Age of Heroes. Expect a dive into the origins of the White Walkers, more from the East, and old stories about the Starks. While fans now can only see the first clips from Season 8, showing Sansa Stark (Sophie Turner) greeting Daenerys Targaryen (Emilia Clarke) and Jon Snow (Kit Harington) at Winterfell, Plepler shared that he had watched the rough cuts of all six episodes.

HBO have released footage of Game Of Thrones characters Sansa Stark (Sophie Turner) and Khaleesi (Emilia Clarke) meeting for the first time. Which means we're off to find a dragon that can penetrate it.

Obviously, the man at the top has already had a look at the new series (lucky bastard) and told Variety in an interview: "It's a spectacle".

"The guys have done six movies".