There is no doubt that motion pictures are a costly business, particularly when you add geniuses and VFX in with the general mish-mash. Yet, TV shows are not a long way behind. Indeed, there have been times when a solitary TV show scene has cost more than what’s the whole financial plan of most motion pictures.
Here are some of the most expensive TV episodes ever shot:
FRIENDS, S10: $10 million per episode
When the show finished in 2004, all the six leads were swarmed top choices, and attracting $1 million each, per scene. That is the manner by which the expense of the last season was $10 million for each scene. Taking into account how the finale attracted promoting rates averaging $2m for 30 seconds, we’d state the cost was supported!
Game of Thrones, S8: $15 million per episode
The notorious fight scenes didn’t simply convey realistically excites yet in addition cost a bomb. The Battle Of Bastards scene (from S6), broadly considered as quite possibly the most costly scenes, cost somewhat over $11 million, while every scene of S8 cost $15 million for each scene.
The Crown, S1: $13 million per episode
Those period outfits and sets unquestionably don’t come simple. One of Netflix’s most costly arrangements, the plan for the whole season 1, with 10 scenes altogether, was $130 million which makes it $13 million for every scene.
Westworld, The Original (Pilot): $25 million
The science-fiction show that allowed us to begin to look all starry eyed at author Ramin Djawadi’s wizardry once more, had a pilot scene that was shot over a time of 22 days, and cost $25 million. Taking into account that, a spending plan of $8-$10 million for each scene appears to be altogether sensible.
The Mandalorian, S1: $12.5 million per episode
An all-out expense of $100 million across eight scenes brings the spending plan for every scene of The Mandalorian to $12.5 million. Purportedly, Disney Plus designs to put a significantly higher sum in a portion of its forthcoming Marvel shows.
Lost, The pilot episode(s): $10-$14 million
Spread across two scenes, the pilot of Lost, coordinated by J. J. Abrams, cost somewhere close to $10-$14 million. The essential cost was because of the buying, transportation, and dressing of a decommissioned Lockheed 1011 to grandstand flight destruction. At that point, it was the most costly pilot made for TV.
- Vinyl, The Pilot Episode: Over $30 million
Amazing, these pilot scenes surely ain’t modest! The two-hour-long pilot scene of this period-show was coordinated by Martin Scorsese and cost $30 million. The show was dropped after the principal season itself.
Terra Nova, The Pilot Episode: $14 million
Despite the fact that the show was dropped after the main season itself, it piled up spending comparable to shows that ran for quite a long time. Basically in light of the fact that its two-hour-long pilot scene itself cost an incredible $14 million.