Game of Thrones may be over, but its legacy in the television landscape will be felt for a long time – and we're not just talking about the upcoming prequel series. HBO's fantasy giant was one of the first TV shows to fully demonstrate how blockbuster storytelling is possible on the small screen, especially in the later seasons, where each episode had the running time and production budget of a feature film.
From the dragons and direwolves of Game of Thrones to the moody, Meryl-infused melodrama of Big Little Lies television shows can now be the kind of budget (and star power) normally reserved for the screen. And it looks like Apple's science-fiction series See, with Game of Thrones alum Jason Momoa and Star Wars spinoff show The Mandalorian are the latest projects that prove this new role. It is rumored that these two new shows are priced at $ 1
"Disney has built intergalactic-desert-like landscapes for the spin-off of Star Wars The Mandalorian the cost of which is 15 million dollars per episode, according to people familiar with the matter " The Wall Street Journal. " In the case of Apple Cf. the cost of doing so has been estimated at $ 15 million for each episode of about 60 minutes, according to a person familiar with the matter the cost of a typical independent feature film. "
According to Variety was broadcast on Apple's new television service as" epic, world famous ". "Build Drama" plays in a future in which humanity has lost sight. Momoa will play Baba Voss a "fearless warrior, leader and guard" – who does not sound too far from the actor's wheelhouse. The Mandalorian with Pedro Pascal (another Star of Game of Thrones who was killed too soon) will stream on Disney +'s platform.