Despite having only two more seasons left until the epic story comes to a conclusion, "Game of Thrones, really " fans may soon be able to continue seeing new adventures in Westeros and beyond in, not just one, but possibly a couple of new spin-offs. New reports are revealing that producers at HBO are now planning to create some new properties that will be based on the world of "Game of Thrones."

Milking the cow

The franchise itself has generated HBO millions of dollars in revenue as well as creating a throng of fans that have been engrossed in the story's surprising twist and turns ever since it aired back in 2011. The award-winning television series, which is closely based on the novel series written by George R. R. Martin, continues to be the crown jewel of the cable network.

For this very reason, the decision to pursue more properties based on the franchise makes a lot of sense.

Official announcement

HBO recently released a statement over the week to announce that they have closed a brand new deal with four writers to explore different stories that will be set in the universe created by Martin. The stories will also likely be taking place in different time periods within the same universe.

The network also revealed that they set a fixed schedule for the new projects and that they are giving the writers all the time they need. Martin, who is vastly more knowledgeable about the world he has created, will still be involved in the new projects. The showrunners of the original series, D. B. Weiss and David Benioff, will reportedly also be involved.

An abundant amount of stories to tell

Apart from the current world being portrayed in the television series, there is a lot of interesting events that are worthy of having their own series.

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These events include the formation of the wall, the first men, the rule of the Targaryens, Robert Baratheon's rebellion, and other similar stories which have not been fully explored in the main "Game of Thrones" series. Although there are mentions of these stories within the series, seeing the actual circumstances that eventually lead to them will surely be welcomed by fans of both "Game of Thrones" and of Martin's "A Song of Ice and Fire" novel series.

"Game of Thrones" season 7 is scheduled to premiere its new episodes on July 16. It will then be followed by the eighth and final season, which will only have six episodes. Meanwhile, Martin has yet to officially release the sixth book in his novel series, titled "The Winds of Winter."