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House of The Dragon Season 1 to cost an average of $20 million per episode




Game of Thrones prequel House of The Dragon is on everyone’s lips right now, after the recent announcement of the release date by HBO. The series is slated for a release in August, and fans are really hyped up about it. Avid readers of George R. R. Martin’s works are looking forward to seeing some of their favourite characters from the novel Fire and Blood, as the show is based on an infamous incident from its storyline. And HBO is leaving no stones unturned to make this show a great one, indicated by the prequel’s expenses.


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As reported by Variety, the 10 episodes of the first season of House of the Dragon managed an average per episode budget of somewhat under $20 million. For comparison, “Game of Thrones” cost HBO around $100 million per season. Its per-episode price tag began at roughly $6 million in Season 1 and rose to $15 million for the show’s eighth and final season. The inside report also said that HBO is now so adept at these world-building series through years of not just Game of Thrones, but also producing Westworld and His Dark Materials, that the team can make a high-quality series as efficiently and effectively as possible.

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