What’s next for the Hunger Games series is unclear.

In the meantime, IGN is excited to bring you a look at what’s on the horizon.

The series is slated to premiere on Fox in 2019, and its official name is The Hunger Games Chronicles.

It will also debut on HBO as part of its premium streaming service.

This is not a show to look forward to, but we have some exciting news for you.

According to EW, the show will have a new director on board, and the first two seasons will be produced entirely by the company behind Game of Thrones and Harry Potter.

This means there will be no CGI, no special effects, no pre-production or post-production, and no CGI effects.

This will be a completely new show that will not have a story arc.

In fact, EW claims this will be the first Hunger Games to have no storyline.

It’s a big change for the franchise, and one that could have an immediate impact on fans.

Fans of the series will be disappointed, but if you are looking forward to this new series, then you’re in luck.

It’ll premiere in 2019 on Fox.

EW also reports that the Hunger Game: The Hunger Game Chronicles will be directed by the award-winning writer-director John Requa.

In addition to being a fan of the franchise and its iconic characters, Requa also worked on The Hunger King, which ran from 2014-2015.

We will be sure to keep you updated on this story as more information becomes available.