Maryland has been moved up to a 22 May release date on ITV1, it will air over 3 nights, and will release on ITVX in its entirety on 22 May.

You can find the HQ promotional stills and episode stills for the series by clicking on the photo links below:


This week we saw the Velaryon dynamic at play as Rhaenys and Corlys make their first move. I’ve got 264 HD Captures of Eve as Rhaenys Targaryen in House of the Dragon 1×02 ‘The Rogue Prince”


The saga is off to a fiery start and as someone who has been a fan of the book for years, it was amazing to finally get to see these characters come to life. Rhaeneys has always been a character you could see yourself in and it’s wonderful to see her coming to life.

Below I’ve got 185 HD captures of Eve in the premiere episode of the series and captures from the HBO behind-the-scenes series, The Houe that Dragons built:

1×01 “The Heirs of the Dragon”

the House that Dragons Built:


Another day, another Dragon. Rotten Tomatoes and IGN are up today:

Screencaptures from this interview can be found below:


Who Should You Root For in House of the Dragon?

House of the Dragon cast members Milly Alcock (“Young Rhaenyra Targaryen”), Fabien Frankel (“Ser Criston Cole”), Steve Toussaint (“Lord Corlys Velaryon”), Eve Best (“Princess Rhaenys Targaryen”), and Graham McTavish (“Ser Harrold Westerling”) talk to IGN about power, passion, and the pursuit of the Iron Throne in the Game of Thrones prequel series.



The first season begins with House Targaryen at peace. King Viserys, for all his weaknesses as a ruler, is a good man who wants stability for his family and his kingdom. But a struggle for succession among his roguish younger brother Daemon (Matt Smith), his daughter Rhaenyra (Emma D’Arcy) and her onetime friend Alicent Hightower (Olivia Cooke) soon rends the kingdom asunder.

“It’s a civil war,” Condal summarizes. “The family fights itself.”

It’s also a war fought on gender lines. Princess Rhaenys (Eve Best) — dubbed “The Queen Who Never Was” — had been seen as the best candidate to rule, but she was passed over by a council of men in favor of her cousin Viserys. Her dignity, subtle resentment and self-realization set the tone for the series.

“At my very first meeting, Miguel said to me that the heart of the show is my line, ‘Men would sooner put the realm to the torch than see a woman ascend the Iron Throne,'” Best recalls.

Together with Rhaenys, Alicent and Rhaenyra make up the female axis of House of the Dragon, with the latter two depicted both as young friends (played by Emily Carey and Milly Alcock, respectively) and grown-up rivals (Cooke and D’Arcy).

“At the start of the story,” D’Arcy says, “we understand that Rhaenys was meant to be next to take the throne, but in a consolidation of male power, the role is given instead to Rhaenyra’s father, Viserys. So straightaway we’re in a context where women get shafted. For a woman to take power, you have to convince the electorate and the supporters and the allies that a woman is not ‘other.’ So the question of the show is, how do you do that?”

Emmy Magazine

Here are the captures from both behind the scenes segments:

Behind the shoot: