In the second episode “House Of The Dragon” things were much quieter than in the furious opening episode, but that doesn’t make it any less exciting – instead of bloody tournament fights and births, intrigues and intrigues were the focus here, and the central conflicts of the series crystallized more and more out. The trailer for the third episode now shows that there is more action on the program again in episode 3.
Like the previous and future episodes, “House Of The Dragon” Episode 3 will be released weekly, i.e. on September 5, 2022. According to Sky, the new episode is always available at 3 a.m. German time on Sky Atlantic and then around 4 a.m. German time also on Sky Q and the streaming service WOW (formerly Sky Ticket).
» “House Of The Dragon” at WOW (Sky Ticket)*
Particularly interesting in episode 3 is how, according to the trailer, those responsible for the series tie in with the two major developments from the end of the previous episode: On the one hand, Rhaenyra (Milly Alcock) learned in episode 2 that her father Viserys (Paddy Considine) lost her girlfriend Alicent (Emily Carey) wants to get married – a marriage that will apparently even have produced a son in episode 3.
Rhaenyra is understandably anything but enthusiastic about this, after all her position as heir to the throne is now endangered by a son, a male descendant of her father. But that’s nothing compared to the escalation in the fight against the triarchy and their leader, Craghas Drahar aka The Crab Feeder (Daniel Scott-Smith).
Apparently, in Episode 3, there will be a proper carnage between House Velaryon and its allies and the Crab Feeder pirates. And we can also look forward to the first dragon action scene in “House Of The Dragon”. Since the further course is about a civil war within the Targaryen house, the so-called “Dance of the Dragons”, this will certainly not be the last…