Game of Thrones Spinoffs Will Have Big Budgets

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While the series will end with a six-episode season, HBO hopes to continue the magic with multiple spinoffs now in development.

Orsi teased the upcoming final run of GoT, saying that the cast table read of the last episodes "was a really powerful moment in our lives and our career".

"From a budget standpoint going into season two of Big Little Lies without any options in place we've been... um... short of raped", she said.

"On the budget for the spinoffs: "$50 million (per season) would never fly for what we are trying to do.

She added that everyone stood for over 15 minutes and applauded-"It was incredible".

"It feels like corporate malfeasance to not continue it". She admitted, however, that the choice to continue required major renegotiation with the show's cast, which includes that the transition from a one-season effort to a second season was a financial hurdle, requiring huge renegotiations with the cast, which includes Reese Witherspoon and Nicole Kidman.

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"That's why it spawned three, four, five spin-offs".

And the budgets for those spinoffs are going to be big, but not quite undead-Polar Bear big. "More money doesn't always equal better but in some cases the scope of ideas do require it".

"If we do take off on one of these Game of Thrones spin-offs, where do we start?"

Bloys - speaking on a panel alongside his colleagues Francesca Orsi and David Levine - said the decision was made on Friday. They then went on to reveal what it was like to do a read-through of the final episodes, which will ultimately be very bloody.

Fans of HBO's Game of Thrones have heard quite a bit about the handful of successor series the network is developing to keep the Westerosi gravy train running after GoT concludes its run next year. "Amazon is not paying for the travel, which is somewhat of a disgrace and they need to know that and others don't want to get lost in Netflix".

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