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Behind the scenes: exactly one week after the final of the epic series, HBO released a two-hour documentary Game of Thrones: The Last Watch, which recorded fans behind the scenes of the last season

Exactly one week after the final of the epic series, HBO took behind the scenes fans of the last season with a two-hour documentary entitled Game of Thrones: The Last Watch.

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The documentary shows the legions of crew members and brash members of the cast who have helped bring the show to life in the past eight seasons and took fans to production hubs such as Belfast, Northern Island and Dubrovnik, Croatia, which were two of the show's key locations filmed in.

There is also dramatic footage of a table that has been read with the entire cast, showing that the actors are responding to some of the biggest surprises of the series, while executive producer Bryan Cogman read the action lines.

Behind the scenes: exactly one week after the final of the epic series, HBO released a two-hour documentary Game of Thrones: The Last Watch, which recorded fans behind the scenes of the last season

Behind the scenes: exactly one week after the final of the epic series, HBO released a two-hour documentary Game of Thrones: The Last Watch, which recorded fans behind the scenes of the last season

Production Hub: The documentary shows the legions of crew members and brash members of the cast who have helped bring the show to life in the past eight seasons and took fans to production hubs such as Belfast, Northern Island and Dubrovnik, Croatia, two of the show's key locations was included

Production Hub: The documentary shows the legions of crew members and brash members of the cast who have helped bring the show to life in the past eight seasons and took fans to production hubs such as Belfast, Northern Island and Dubrovnik, Croatia, two of the show's key locations was included

Production Hub: The documentary shows the legions of crew members and brash members of the cast who have helped bring the show to life in the past eight seasons and took fans to production hubs such as Belfast, Northern Island and Dubrovnik, Croatia, two of the show's key locations was included

Table read: There is also dramatic footage of a table that has been read with the entire cast, showing that the actors are responding to some of the biggest surprises in the series, while executive producer Bryan Cogman read the action lines
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Table read: There is also dramatic footage of a table that has been read with the entire cast, showing that the actors are responding to some of the biggest surprises in the series, while executive producer Bryan Cogman read the action lines

Table read: There is also dramatic footage of a table that has been read with the entire cast, showing that the actors are responding to some of the biggest surprises in the series, while executive producer Bryan Cogman read the action lines

Table read: There is also dramatic footage of a table that has been read with the entire cast, showing that the actors are responding to some of the biggest surprises in the series, while executive producer Bryan Cogman read the action lines

Table read: There is also dramatic footage of a table that has been read with the entire cast, showing that the actors are responding to some of the biggest surprises in the series, while executive producer Bryan Cogman read the action lines

We see the cast respond to Arya Stark killing The Night King, as everyone applauds, from the second to the last episode.

Also included: Kit Harington and Emilia Clarke respond to the scene in which Kit's character Jon Snow kills Emilia's character, Daenerys Targaryen.

After reading the table, all scripts are shredded, because the documentary also includes Del Reid, the & # 39; snow of the show & # 39 ;, which sprays fake snow everywhere in Winterfell in Belfast.

End of the road: there are many emotional moments for the cast and the crew

End of the road: there are many emotional moments for the cast and the crew

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End of the road: there are many emotional moments for the cast and the crew

Response: We also see Kit Harington and Emilia Clarke respond to the scene in which Kit & # 39; s character Jon Snow kills the character of Emilia, Daenerys Targaryen

Response: We also see Kit Harington and Emilia Clarke respond to the scene in which Kit & # 39; s character Jon Snow kills the character of Emilia, Daenerys Targaryen

Response: We also see Kit Harington and Emilia Clarke respond to the scene in which Kit & # 39; s character Jon Snow kills the character of Emilia, Daenerys Targaryen

It costs a village! The documentary shows the legions of crew members and brash members of the cast who have helped bring the show to life in the past eight seasons

It costs a village! The documentary shows the legions of crew members and brash members of the cast who have helped bring the show to life in the past eight seasons

It costs a village! The documentary shows the legions of crew members and brash members of the cast who have helped bring the show to life in the past eight seasons

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The documentary delves into part of the logistics of a show this huge, including location work for keeping extra & # 39; s, as the location manager tries to figure out where the extra & # 39; s will be able to smoke cigarettes .

Director David Nutter, who directed the first, second and fourth episodes, can be seen in the crypts of Winterfell.

& # 39; I am a conductor of fine musicians who actually just wave my arms around & # 39 ;, Nutter said about his crew.

Nutter is also one of the few on Game of Thrones who gets paper scripts because everyone else receives digital scripts.

Head of Snow: After reading the table, all scripts are shredded, because the documentary also contains Del Reid, the & # 39; head of the snow & # 39; of the show, where fake snow is sprayed everywhere in Winterfell in Belfast

Head of Snow: After reading the table, all scripts are shredded, because the documentary also contains Del Reid, the & # 39; head of the snow & # 39; of the show, where fake snow is sprayed everywhere in Winterfell in Belfast

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Head of Snow: After reading the table, all scripts are shredded, because the documentary also contains Del Reid, the & # 39; head of the snow & # 39; of the show, where fake snow is sprayed everywhere in Winterfell in Belfast

Director: Nutter is also one of the few on Game of Thrones who gets paper scripts because everyone gets digital scripts

Director: Nutter is also one of the few on Game of Thrones who gets paper scripts because everyone gets digital scripts

Director: Nutter is also one of the few on Game of Thrones who gets paper scripts because everyone gets digital scripts

Extra & # 39; s: The documentary delves into part of the logistics of a show, this huge, including location work for holding extra & # 39; s, because the location manager tries to find out where the extra & # 39; s cigarettes can smoke .

Extra & # 39; s: The documentary delves into part of the logistics of a show, this huge, including location work for holding extra & # 39; s, because the location manager tries to find out where the extra & # 39; s cigarettes can smoke .

Extra & # 39; s: The documentary delves into part of the logistics of a show, this huge, including location work for holding extra & # 39; s, because the location manager tries to find out where the extra & # 39; s cigarettes can smoke .

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The documentary also takes fans behind the scenes of the first day of filming, and shows the process that Emilia Clarke goes through with her elaborate blonde wig.

We also see the first shot of the last season, a scene in which Daenerys tells Samwell Tarly (John Bradley) that she killed his father and brother.

Fans also get to see some of the undead white walkers with their full dentures on while trying to eat their lunch during some downtime on the set.

Director Miguel Sapochnik, who directed the third and fifth episodes of the last season, can be seen when the show goes to night shoots.

Dany: We also see the first shot of the last season, a scene in which Daenerys tells Samwell Tarly (John Bradley) that she killed his father and brother

Dany: We also see the first shot of the last season, a scene in which Daenerys tells Samwell Tarly (John Bradley) that she killed his father and brother

Dany: We also see the first shot of the last season, a scene in which Daenerys tells Samwell Tarly (John Bradley) that she killed his father and brother

The director sees Sophie Turner and Maisie Williams giving direction and says that they must perform a scene as if they both have stomach pains.

Sapochnik said there are only three dialogue scenes in episode 3, The Long Night, with the order of the fighting that lasted 55 nights to film.

Rory McCann (The Hound) and Hafthor Julius Bjornsson (The Mountain) are also seen rehearsing for their epic & # 39; Cleganebowl & # 39; in the series final.

Director: the director also sees Sophie Turner and Maisie Williams giving direction by telling them to perform a scene as if they both have stomach pains

Director: the director also sees Sophie Turner and Maisie Williams giving direction by telling them to perform a scene as if they both have stomach pains

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Director: the director also sees Sophie Turner and Maisie Williams giving direction by telling them to perform a scene as if they both have stomach pains

Fight rehearsal: Rory McCann (The Hound) and Hafthor Julius Bjornsson (The Mountain) are also seen rehearsing for their epic Cleganebowl in the series final

Fight rehearsal: Rory McCann (The Hound) and Hafthor Julius Bjornsson (The Mountain) are also seen rehearsing for their epic Cleganebowl in the series final

Fight rehearsal: Rory McCann (The Hound) and Hafthor Julius Bjornsson (The Mountain) are also seen rehearsing for their epic Cleganebowl in the series final

Fight rehearsal: Rory McCann (The Hound) and Hafthor Julius Bjornsson (The Mountain) are also seen rehearsing for their epic Cleganebowl in the series final

Fight rehearsal: Rory McCann (The Hound) and Hafthor Julius Bjornsson (The Mountain) are also seen rehearsing for their epic Cleganebowl in the series final

Night King actor Vladimir Furdik also tells how he had to make a choice to continue with the show or go back to life with a gang. He admitted that it was a good thing that he left because all his gang friends are now dead.

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In Iceland, Emilia Clarke and Kit Harington see their scene rehearsing together where their characters dragons fly together.

On top of the complicated production program, the producers were thrown a few curveballs when the actual snow began to fall.

An actor reveals that the Battle of Winterfell contained 120,000 white walkers and 18,000 of the intact and Daenerys & # 39; troops.

Night King: Actor Vladimir Furdik also tells how he had to make a choice to continue with the show or go back to life with a gang, and it's a good thing he left because all his friends are dead now

Night King: Actor Vladimir Furdik also tells how he had to make a choice to continue with the show or go back to life with a gang, and it's a good thing he left because all his friends are dead now

Night King: Actor Vladimir Furdik also tells how he had to make a choice to continue with the show or go back to life with a gang, and it's a good thing he left because all his friends are dead now

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During the ninth week of night shots (11), they filmed the death of Jorah Mormont (Iain Glen) during the Battle of Winterfell.

There are also some behind the scenes shot from the epic death of The Night King in the hands of Arya Stark, who flies through the air on a stunt rig.

The documentary also shows the toll that such & # 39; n rigorous production program has for the cast and crew, where a crew member compares himself to & # 39; zombies & # 39 ;.

The production shifts to Seville, Spain, where they filmed the scene in the final, where the leaders of Westeros chose a new king.

The production also shows that they have brought distractors to Spain, such as The Waif (Faye Marsay) and Jaquen H & # 39; ghar (Tom Wlaschiha), just to drop fans off.

Waif: The production also shows that they have brought distractors to Spain, such as The Waif (Faye Marsay) and Jaquen H & # 39; ghar (Tom Wlaschiha), just to drop fans off

Waif: The production also shows that they have brought distractors to Spain, such as The Waif (Faye Marsay) and Jaquen H & # 39; ghar (Tom Wlaschiha), just to drop fans off

Waif: The production also shows that they have brought distractors to Spain, such as The Waif (Faye Marsay) and Jaquen H & # 39; ghar (Tom Wlaschiha), just to drop fans off

Vladimir Furdik was also seen spending time with fans outside the hotel in Seville, while Kit Harington's car was harassed upon arrival.

David Nutter also talked about how his return to Game of Thrones literally saved his life, behind the scenes of the stake in the fourth episode.

They also show the last shot in the series for Emilia Clarke, with her hug cast and crew such as Maisie Williams.

There is also the last shot of Kit Harington, with D.B. Weiss delivers a sincere speech, while Harington collapses and cries before giving his own speech.

The documentary concludes with additional Andrew McCray, who makes a hearty speech before he takes the costume and says that the five years he spent on the show were the best years of his life.

End: the documentary ends with extra Andrew McCray, who made a hearty speech before reading the costume and said that the five years he spent on the show were the best years of his life

End: the documentary ends with extra Andrew McCray, who made a hearty speech before reading the costume and said that the five years he spent on the show were the best years of his life

End: the documentary ends with extra Andrew McCray, who made a hearty speech before reading the costume and said that the five years he spent on the show were the best years of his life

End: the documentary ends with extra Andrew McCray, who made a hearty speech before reading the costume and said that the five years he spent on the show were the best years of his life

End: the documentary ends with extra Andrew McCray, who made a hearty speech before reading the costume and said that the five years he spent on the show were the best years of his life

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