With only two final seasons left forGame of Thrones,” HBO has previously announced to air a spin-off series. It seems that it is not only the cable channel that is not yet willing to give up on Westeros, as The Cast of the beloved series has also come up with entertaining ideas for the upcoming spin-off.

What’s coming up for “Game of Thrones?”

The hit “Game of Thrones” has only 13 episodes left to complete the series. HBO has divided it into two seasons – six and seven.

Aside from the 13 episodes, the cable network has also released a statement revealing that scripts are being developed for a spinoff.

The channel detailed that it aims to “explore different time periods of George R.R. Martin’s vast and rich universe.”

Apparently, HBO has contracted four writers to develop the spin-off scripts. Jane Goldman, Carly Wray, Max Borenstein, and Brian Helgeland are now dissecting GRRM’s books to create the new scripts.

How would the cast want the spin-off to progress?

In an interview with BuzzFeed, some of the cast of “Game of Thrones” gamely unveiled their thoughts on how the spin-off could go. Check below each of the cast’s witty speculations for the spinoffs.


The two actors tried to come up with a possible plot the Greyjoys. In the upcoming spin-off, Whelan thinks that the Greyjoys will have a “swimming pool with a difference.” They might open a leisure center.

On the contrary, Asbaek came up with another plot. The actor says the Greyjoys will most likely have a cooking show.

Then Whelan excitedly agreed by saying “A cookery show! Mary Berry meets the Greyjoys. Yes!”

To make things more interesting, Asbaek also added that the cookery show would make use of body parts as ingredients. To which, Whelan consented and laughed.


The two men were quick to have a working title already.

According to the actors, the spinoff will be titled “Double P and G-Dubz.” They detailed that it will be a “gallavantry adventure comedy….with a romantic twist.”

Portman explained that the episode would be a “Miami-Vice” sort of thing. The episode will feature them as buddies, carrying their names, Podrick and Grey Worm.

Moreover, Anderson said the plot would be set about 2,000 years in the future. Portman then agreed and added there would be space dragons.


Sophie Turner shared her wish for the spin-off as well. According to the actress, she hopes to see “how the houses came to despise each other.” She further explained that she would love to understand the roots of Westeros.

"Game of Thrones" season 7 is set to premiere on Sunday, July 16 on HBO.