‘House of the Dragon’ wins Golden Globes 2023 for best TV series 

At the 2023 Golden Globe Awards, House of the Dragon triumphed over Severance, Better Call Saul, The Crown, and Ozark to win the prize for best TV drama series.

Miguel Sapochnik, the prequel series director, accompanied Emma D’Arcy and Milly Alcock on stage to accept the award on Tuesday at the 80th Golden Globes.

“Can I have a hand of applause for these amazing actors?” he asked. Sapochnik, 48, also poked fun at himself for being underdressed for the occasion, as he wasn’t wearing the tie. “As you can tell, we didn’t think we were going to win, so I didn’t get ready,”. He further expressed his love for one of House of the Dragon’s fellow nominees. “I’ve got to say, Severance is awesome. love that show. If I could’ve made House of the Dragon like Severance, I would’ve, but it would’ve been a bit weird.” He added.

The producer and director of Game of Thrones also expressed gratitude to HBO, “who kind of trusted us with their golden goose,” he remarked. Hopefully it was worthwhile. In the end, Sapochnik considered how happy fans of the first series were with the new one.

“I noticed when we did the premiere in L.A. What everyone did was they had this thing of relief, rather than being excited and then they got excited,”. He also said “And it was really heartwarming to know that we actually trimmed the foots of Game of Thrones, because that was one really good show.”

Joanne Wells

Joanne Wells is a media journalist for ScreenNearYou. She reports on the inside conversations in Hollywood. Also, she loves pizza!

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