‘Game of Thrones’ star Kit Harington: ‘Jon Snow is not doing well’
Game of Thrones star Kit Harington
“Jon Snow is not well”
“Game of Thrones” star Kit Harington reveals that his character Jon Snow is doing badly after the end of the series: “He wanted to be beheaded”.
Fans of the fantasy universe of “Game of Thrones” may soon be able to look forward to a series offshoot of Jon Snow. The crowd pleaser, played by Kit Harington, 35, is set to get his own series on HBO, which is currently in development. The project has the working title “Snow”. Actor Harington was a guest at the first official “Game of Thrones” convention in Los Angeles last weekend, as “EW” reports. There, the star provided a glimpse into Jon Snow’s inner life after the end of “Game of Thrones”. Harington revealed: “Jon Snow is doing badly”.
Jon Snow wanted to die at the end of the series
Actually, visitors to the “Game of Thrones” convention, where he also discussed the first spin-off series “House of the Dragon”, hoped that the Jon-Snow series is officially announced here. But this was not so. However, the lead actor in the potential spin-off revealed how the character he plays is doing after the dramatic events of season eight. “If you ask him, he feels like he got off lightly,” Harington said.
Because at the end of the series after he Daenerys Targaryen (Emilia Clarke, 36), Jon said he was “prepared to be beheaded and he wants to be beheaded. He’s done. The fact that he’s going to the wall is the greatest gift and at the same time the greatest curse for him”.
A traumatized Jon in a place full of memories
Well, so performers Harington, be Jon Snow in a place “with all this history” for him. The survivor of the bloody series finale must think at the wall how he killed Daenerys, how his first great love Ygritte (Rose Leslie, 35) died in his arms, and how he hanged her killer Olly (Brenock O’Connor, 22). let. “He’s living the rest of his life thinking about all of this trauma, and that’s interesting,” said Harington, who may have offered a sneak peek into the plot of “Snow.”
The “game of Thrones“spin-off series “Snow” has not yet been officially ordered. It is in development at the US cable channel HBO together with several other potential series offshoots such as “The Sea Snake” or “10,000 Ships”. A second season of the The first spin-off series “House of the Dragon” has already been officially ordered – and will most likely appear in 2024 on HBO and its streaming service HBO Max.