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New photo & # 39; s: HBO has released a new poster and photo & # 39; s of the upcoming behind the scenes documentary Game of Thrones: The Last Watch

HBO has released a new poster and photos of the upcoming behind the scenes documentary Game of Thrones: The Last Watch.

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Series stars Kit Harington (Jon Snow) and Sophie Turner (Sansa Stark) are seen on a table read in one of the photos, but the rest of the images include members of the huge team behind the scenes that the show has put together put.

The two-hour documentary is scheduled for Sunday, May 26 at 9:00 PM ET on HBO, the same time slot that Game of Thrones has had in the past eight seasons.

New photo & # 39; s: HBO has released a new poster and photo & # 39; s of the upcoming behind the scenes documentary Game of Thrones: The Last Watch

New photo & # 39; s: HBO has released a new poster and photo & # 39; s of the upcoming behind the scenes documentary Game of Thrones: The Last Watch

New poster: the two-hour documentary is scheduled to be broadcast on HBO on Sunday 26 May at 9 p.m. ET, the same time slot that Game of Thrones has had in the past eight seasons

New poster: the two-hour documentary is scheduled to be broadcast on HBO on Sunday 26 May at 9 p.m. ET, the same time slot that Game of Thrones has had in the past eight seasons

New poster: the two-hour documentary is scheduled to be broadcast on HBO on Sunday 26 May at 9 p.m. ET, the same time slot that Game of Thrones has had in the past eight seasons

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Harington smiles while wearing a gray sweater with rolled up sleeves, while Turner is sitting in a black hoodie with orange sunglasses on her head.

The documentary, directed by Jeanie Finlay, was made with & # 39; unprecedented access & # 39; to the cast and crew while filming the last season of six episodes.

The Last Watch is described as a close & personal report from the production trenches, crew and cast tracking as they face extreme weather conditions, punishing deadlines and an ever-excited fandom hungry for spoilers. & # 39;

Documentary: The Last Watch is described as a close & personal report from the trenches of production, following the crew and the cast as they face extreme weather conditions, punishing deadlines and an ever-excited fandom hungry for spoilers & # 39;

Documentary: The Last Watch is described as a close & personal report from the trenches of production, following the crew and the cast as they face extreme weather conditions, punishing deadlines and an ever-excited fandom hungry for spoilers & # 39;

Documentary: The Last Watch is described as a close & personal report from the trenches of production, following the crew and the cast as they face extreme weather conditions, punishing deadlines and an ever-excited fandom hungry for spoilers & # 39;

During the first six seasons, the episodes of 10 episodes would take six months in the first place to shoot, but this last season lasted much longer, although it took six episodes a long time.

Production started in October 2017 and was packaged nine months later in July 2018, with four of the six episodes exceeding the usual one-hour duration.

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The first episode spanned 54 minutes, with the second 58 minutes, but the middle two episodes were 82 minutes and 78 minutes, with the last two episodes covering 80 minutes.

Crew members: during the first six seasons, the seasons of 10 episodes would take six months to shoot first, but this last season lasted much longer, although it was six episodes long

Crew members: during the first six seasons, the seasons of 10 episodes would take six months to shoot first, but this last season lasted much longer, although it was six episodes long

Crew members: during the first six seasons, the seasons of 10 episodes would take six months to shoot first, but this last season lasted much longer, although it was six episodes long

The series final of Game of Thrones on Sunday evening set, as expected, new viewer records as the most viewed episode in HBO history.

HBO announced on Monday that no fewer than 19.3 million viewers have registered via live broadcasts or via HBO Go and HBO Now.

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That broke the previous record of 18.4 million, set by the penultimate episode, The Bells, with 13.6 million viewers to agree live.

Hard workers: the Serifinal of Game of Thrones on Sunday evening set new viewer records as expected as the most watched episode in HBO history

Hard workers: the Serifinal of Game of Thrones on Sunday evening set new viewer records as expected as the most watched episode in HBO history

Hard workers: the Serifinal of Game of Thrones on Sunday evening set new viewer records as expected as the most watched episode in HBO history

Hard workers: the Serifinal of Game of Thrones on Sunday evening set new viewer records as expected as the most watched episode in HBO history

Hard workers: the Serifinal of Game of Thrones on Sunday evening set new viewer records as expected as the most watched episode in HBO history

Record: the 13.6 million viewers who live-tuned made it the most-watched single broadcast ever and surpassed the Season 4 premiere of The Sopranos in 2002

Record: the 13.6 million viewers who live-tuned made it the most-watched single broadcast ever and surpassed the Season 4 premiere of The Sopranos in 2002

Record: the 13.6 million viewers who live-tuned made it the most-watched single broadcast ever and surpassed the Season 4 premiere of The Sopranos in 2002
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Record: the 13.6 million viewers who live-tuned made it the most-watched single broadcast ever and surpassed the Season 4 premiere of The Sopranos in 2002

Record: the 13.6 million viewers who live-tuned made it the most-watched single broadcast ever and surpassed the Season 4 premiere of The Sopranos in 2002

The 13.6 million viewers tuning live made this the most-watched single broadcast ever and surpassed the Season 4 premiere of The Sopranos in 2002.

Season 8 of Game of Thrones was on average 44.2 million viewers per episode in a large audience, a jump of more than 10 million viewers compared to last season.

HBO is currently preparing a prequel series of Game of Thrones, the pilot delivery of which is scheduled to start production in June.

See you soon: the 13.6 million viewers tuning live made this the most-watched single broadcast ever, surpassing the Season 4 premiere of The Sopranos in 2002
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See you soon: the 13.6 million viewers tuning live made this the most-watched single broadcast ever, surpassing the Season 4 premiere of The Sopranos in 2002

See you soon: the 13.6 million viewers tuning live made this the most-watched single broadcast ever, surpassing the Season 4 premiere of The Sopranos in 2002

See you soon: the 13.6 million viewers tuning live made this the most-watched single broadcast ever, surpassing the Season 4 premiere of The Sopranos in 2002

See you soon: the 13.6 million viewers tuning live made this the most-watched single broadcast ever, surpassing the Season 4 premiere of The Sopranos in 2002

Prequel: HBO is currently preparing a Prequel series from Game of Thrones, with the pilot episode scheduled to start production in June

Prequel: HBO is currently preparing a Prequel series from Game of Thrones, with the pilot episode scheduled to start production in June

Prequel: HBO is currently preparing a Prequel series from Game of Thrones, with the pilot episode scheduled to start production in June

Prequel: HBO is currently preparing a Prequel series from Game of Thrones, with the pilot episode scheduled to start production in June

Prequel: HBO is currently preparing a Prequel series from Game of Thrones, with the pilot episode scheduled to start production in June

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