"Game of Thrones" isn't done yet. But its creators are nearly done with conceptualizing the next TV Series to replace it.

HBO's Game of Thrones isn't the best yet?

Although it is too early to tell and even earlier for ‘goodbyes’ for the all-time favorite TV show, Game of Thrones, its showrunners are now gearing up for another blockbuster series, the "Confederate." But there is still much to be awaited for by "Game of Thrones" fanatics.

Little do others know that the showrunners of the TV series have already been planning on new ideas beyond the GOT’s world of Fire and Ice.

Because "Game of Thrones" now enters its final stage, but with bulk episodes for the remaining short seasons, D.B. Weiss and David Benioff earlier announced today on HBO that they created a new series order for an out-of-the-box and literally ‘out-of-this-world’ drama entitled "Confederate."

This new tv show would bring us to the reimagined ‘alternate America’ in which the Southern states succeeded in breaking away from the Union. It is a world wherein slavery still exists in the present age, placing the entire nation on the brink of a third Civil War, one that would ultimately devastate what the Founding Fathers had fought for.

Confederate: The next blockbuster TV series

According to a report on CNBC, Weiss and Benioff have started working on Confederate along with the progress of Game of Thrones.

At first, the pair intended to have "Confederate" developed into a film but later realized that the big screen wouldn't really get the story’s message to the viewers in a short amount of time.

Moreover, both Weiss and Benioff believed that no other network is truly the best place to take this brilliant concept than HBO.

The pair were strongly convinced that HBO can cater them with a much bigger and much better storytelling canvas judging from their experience with the "Game of Thrones."

A glimpse of what "Confederate" is all about

This all-new TV show delves into the seemingly irreparable conflict between the US and the Confederate States of America having characters that are living on either side of what is popularly called as the Mason-Dixon Demilitarized Zone.

Cool, isn’t it? Now here’s a more exciting part to look forward to. The cast features ‘not-your-typical’ journalists, aggressive abolitionists, freedom fighters, and not to mention, slaves and their oppressive masters. Also, executive producers Nichelle Tramble Spellman (The Good Wife), as well as Malcolm Spellman (Empire), will be closely working with Weiss and Benioff. Now, how about that for starters? Things couldn’t get any better with Confederate.

Confederate’s production will kick off as soon as Games of Thrones comes to an end, which may probably be pushed back as far as two years from now.