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Posted: Aug 14 2011, 07:07 PM
Member No.: 11
Joined: 17-October 04
The other GoT thread seems to have spoilers so: Is each season planned to be equivalent to one novel? Is the first season a full adaptation of the first novel?
Posted: Sep 3 2011, 12:06 PM
Member No.: 207
Joined: 27-October 04
Oops - haven't been around the forum in a bit and just saw this. Surprised none of the other Martinets have weighed in.
1st season = 1st novel. We're hearing 2nd season = 2nd novel.
Beyond that, it's speculation, and a lot of it. It's going to be awfully hard to keep up the 10 hours per novel pace, as the cast of characters and the subplots never quit metastasizing. Book 3, Storm of Swords, isn't so much a doorstop as a battering ram, and George R.R. Martin himself has said he thinks they need to split it over two seasons, although it's not up to him. I would agree, and same for the just-published book 5, Dance with Dragons. Although I'd be surprised if the show makes it that far, given how expensive and relatively esoteric it is.