It’s All-Out War in HOUSE OF THE DRAGON’s New Season 2 Trailer

House of the Dragon‘s first season put the pieces in place for all-out war, but the new trailer for the show’s sophomore season reminds us this family showdown won’t be limited to just the battlefield. The combatants will also need to struggle with their own demons and the choices they made that brought them to this point. And the two women at the center of this bloody war both know that in the end neither of them might win.

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“Fire and blood” have come to Westeros, and the whole continent is going to burn in season two. This latest look at the infamous civil war that tore the Realm apart two centuries before Game of Thrones will pull in all Seven Kingdoms. But its the internal war its chief combatants must grapple with that could determine the outcome. Though, as both Olivia Cooke’s Queen Alicent and Emma Darcy’s Queen Rhaenyra know, sometimes to win a war you have to be willing to lose your soul. Are either willing to do that? House of the Dragon‘s latest trailer is a wild one, indeed.

House of the Dragon‘s other returning season one stars include Matt Smith, Eve Best, Steve Toussaint, Fabien Frankel, Ewan Mitchell, Tom Glynn-Carney, Sonoya Mizuno, and Rhys Ifans. Other returning cast members include Harry Collett, Bethany Antonia, Phoebe Campbell, Phia Saban, Jefferson Hall, and Matthew Needham. 

Rhaenyra stands before a massive dragon in House of the Dragon

Season two will also feature some important new faces in major roles. Abubakar Salim is onboard as Alyn of Hull. Clinton Liberty will play his brother Addam of Hull. Gayle Rankin will play the mysterious Alys Rivers. Freddie Fox will join the Hightower family as Ser Gwayne Hightower. Simon Russell Beale is headed to House Strong as Ser Simon. Tom Taylor will represent the North as Lord Cregan Stark. Vincent Regan will star as Ser Rickard Thorne. And Jamie Kenna has joined as Ser Alfred Broome. Meanwhile Kieran Bew will play Hugh the Hammer and Tom Bennett will play Ulf the White. They are two very important figures in the Dance of the Dragons.

House of the Dragon will return with its second season at HBO on Sunday June 16. It premieres at 9:00 pm ET. It will also be available to stream on Max. Pick your side well. Or, better yet, stay out of a war of fire and blood entirely. That might be the only way to win.


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