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‘Game of Thrones’ Fans Will Love This New ‘House of the Dragon’ Merch

Anna Tingley If you purchase an independently reviewed product or service through a link on our website, Variety may receive an affiliate commission. “Game of Thrones” fans have really only had one thing to look forward to since the show’s final conclusion three years ago: “House of the Dragon,” the only :GOT” prequel series to make it through HBO pre-production. From co-creators George R.R Martin and Ryan Condal, the upcoming series centers on the Targaryen civil war that took place 300 years before the original series’ events.The show doesn’t arrive on HBO Max until Aug.

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This Morning in chaos as Holly and Phil beg ITV crew to fix epic phone blunder
This Morning hosts Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield suffered a mighty technical blunder which left them begging their crew for help.The famous ITV presenting duo panicked after realising nobody from their TV production crew seemed to be phoning members of the public during the call-in feature - called Spin to Win.They had just admitted the segment needed some work when they kicked it off on Thursday's edition of This Morning (June 16) - telling viewers they weren't sure what to do on screen when waiting for their callers.Holly and Phil joked they could just dance around on set as they waited to hear from their viewers - and revealed they'd had some "dirty" suggestions sent in which they wouldn't dare touch.But when they tried to get the segment moving, the show fell into chaos as nobody from the production team seemed to be calling anybody - the key part of Spin To Win.The initial dialing sound played, but silence fell on the studio when no ringing could be heard.The camera panned to smiling members of the ITV production team, as well as presenter Vanessa Feltz and This Morning's resident fashionista Gok Wan.A puzzled Phil asked: "What's happening?" before Holly asked: "Is the phone even ringing?" and Phil cried out: "Have we rung anyone? Have we?"He then started panicking and shouted: "Have we found anyone? Have we phoned anyone?"Holly cried: "The phone's not even ringing! It didn't even ring!" - and then the pair burst out laughing.Phil let out an exasperated sigh as Holly told their team: "Guys, we've got to tie all the bits together.