Last updated on September 14th, 2020 at 08:11 pm | This article was published at an earlier date and has been updated with new information.
David Benioff and DB Weiss have signed a development deal with Netflix, after speculation that they were going to sign with a rival.
The Game of Thrones creators had signed for an undisclosed amount rumoured to be worth nine figures.
It was also reported, that the pair is being courted by Amazon and Disney before they sign with the streaming giant.
Benioff and Weiss both successful create and produce one of the greatest TV show of all time ‘Game Of Thrones‘, an HBO series based on George RR Martin’s series of fantasy novels: A Song of Ice and Fire with unprecedented success.
The show was run for eight-years and came to an end earlier this year, with the season finale setting a record of 19.3 Million Viewers.
Game Of Thrones has so far received 47 Emmy Awards, which recognise excellence in TV, and is expected to add to that total its eighth and final season earned a record-breaking 32 nominations in July.
David Benioff and DB Weiss work with HBO for eight years and now will be working with a rival Netflix.
They are currently both creating, writing and producing a Star Wars trilogy and are set to adapt prison break drama Dirty White Boys for Disney.
In July, the pair were due to take part in a ComicCon panel event, which had been teased as a “triumphant celebration” of Game Of Thrones. But with just days to go, the creators dropped out – with no explanation of their reason for doing so. Get Free NetFlix Account