It follows the title character as his fate becomes more and more entangled with the little girl Ciri and the sorceress Yennefer. The story focuses on Geralt's experiences.

1. The Witcher

t is heavily focused on power and the extent people, especially those in positions of authority, will go to in order to get more of it, much like its sequel series.

2. Game Of Thrones

Fans of House of the Dragon who appreciate the concepts of a familial conflict should definitely check out Succession.

3. Succession

It focuses on a group of young people, one of whom is the prophesied Dragon, as the person who will either save the world or destroy it.

4. The Wheel Of Time

It focuses on two young people, Lyra and Will, who are drawn into an ever greater conflict involving the theocratic organization known as the Magisterium.

5. His Dark Material

For those who appreciate these elements of House of the Dragon, it is a natural fit because it offers the perfect balance of horrific brutality and politics.

6 Vikings:Valhalla

It concentrates on Henry VIII's many marriages, as the name implies, and shows how his amorous aspirations will change England (and, in a more limited way, the very cultural landscape of Europe).

7. The Tudors

The series is a creative and ultimately devastating retelling of one of literature's most influential stories, focusing on the deeds of people like Paris, Helen, and Hector.

8. Troy: Fall Of A City