Game of Thrones Jon Snow series title announced

Game of Thrones Jon Snow series title announced
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The Game of Thrones sequel starring Kit Harington, the development of which was announced a week ago, will be called Snow. Writer George R.R. Martin, the author of the literary source material that formed the basis for the HBO megahit, announced. "Yes, a show about Jon Snow is in development," Martin said on his personal blog. - "Our working title for the show is Snow."
In addition to the title, Martin revealed several other details regarding the potential series, which has apparently moved much further than previously thought.  First, the writer confirmed the words of Emilia Clarke, who spoke to the BBC the day before, that it was Harington himself who initiated the idea for the new show. Secondly, Martin said that the Snow project team is partially formed.
Yes, it was Keith Harington who gave us the idea. I can't tell you the names of the writers and showrunners, because the project hasn't gotten the green light yet... but it was Keith who invited them, he recruited his own team, and they're all terrific." Martin also stressed that "Snow" was in development from the beginning at the same time as the other three projects inspired by "Game of Thrones," "but for some reason it has never been announced and there has never been any mention of it until now."
HBO refrained from commenting.