Game of Thrones, even with a partially underwhelming last season, is still the biggest show on the planet by a big fucking country mile.

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And if you had any doubt about that - the producers at HBO will be putting all their cards on the table for the last season, by pumping in a reported $15 million per episode!!

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Want perspective on that?

To help you understand what a massive amount of money that is for a TV show - the recent episode featuring the loot train sequence cost $10 million.

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Exactly! The makers are going to leave no expense spared to cap the narratives of arguably the world's biggest pop-culture phenomenon since Harry Potter wrapped up in 2013.

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This means that Game of Thrones will be among the most expensive shows on the planet like Netflix's The Crown and The Get Down - both of which were made at a reported $12-13 million per episode.

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However, the reports also suggest how all the last six episodes in the last season will be an approximate 80 minutes - nearly the same as the season 7 finale which clocked in at 79 minutes.

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This probably means hikes in actor salaries for 'incestuous scenes'? Maybe. And even mind blowing VFX, never before attempted on TV.

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IAMMMMEXCITTEEDDD!