Speaking at the INTV conference in Israel Tuesday, the United States network's senior vice-president of drama described the moment the cast read their scripts for the show's final episode for the first time. Bryan Cogman, who wrote "Stormborn", is behind one of them, as is Max Borenstein (Kong: Skull Island), Jane Goldman (Kingsman: The Secret Service), Brian Helgeland (L.A. Confidential), and Carly Wray (The Leftovers); creator George R.R. Martin is reportedly working with all of them in some capacity. Orsi said when HBO picked up In Treatment in 2008 - adapted from the HOT series BeTipul - it was a real turning point. "When we were in Belfast in October, Casey said "it feels like corporate malfeasance" to not continue it", said Orsi, "which is why it's spawned 3, 4, 5 Game of Thrones spinoffs". She mentioned that "None of the cast had received the scripts prior, and one by one they started falling down to their deaths".
Character turnover is the show's bread and butter, but in this final season, it seems even more motivated than the Red Wedding. "Then there was applause that lasted 15 minutes". "We can't obviously start with the budget of season eight but would it be a Game of Thrones season three budget?"
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Producers and executives have been notoriously tight-lipped about Game of Thrones since the show's inception, but a particularly fiery panel discussion seems to have hinted at some major spoilers for the show's finale.
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The executives also discussed competing with Netflix and its unrivaled spending. Orsi added that the flood of new series from Netflix was "absolutely diluting" the quality of shows on offer. "They're in the volume business, we're in the curation business", said Bloys. "That's a very valuable talent". "If David [Benioff] and Dan [Weiss] had five shows with us, "Game of Thrones" wouldn't be "Game of Thrones", he said.
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