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Game of Thrones' deadly finale teased by HBO execs

13 March 2018

What's more, Francesca spilled more tiny glimpses of the Game of Thrones spin-offs which are expected to air after the original has finished.

Tons of people on "Game of Thrones" have died already, and everyone knows a lot of beloved characters who've somehow made it to season eight will die in the final episodes, which will come out sometime in 2019.

Speaking at a conference in Israel, the network boss described what happened at a cast table read of the last few episodes.

"From a budget standpoint, going into season 2 of Big Little Lies without any options in place, we've been... um... short of raped", she said according to Deadline (perhaps meaning "sort of raped"?).

Speaking at the INTV conference in Israel Tuesday, the USA 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.

"None of the cast had received the scripts prior, and one by one they started to fall down to their deaths", Orsi recounted.

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She added: "It feels like corporate malfeasance to not continue [Game of Thrones]. Then there was applause that lasted 15 minutes". Casey Bloys, the president of HBO's programming, announced Tuesday that the network was going forward with its version of the 2012 HOT series.

The executives also addressed the upcoming second season of "Big Little Lies", which will also try to recapture the magic of the first.

Orsi, however, did admit that HBO is facing a budget conundrum. "More money doesn't always equal better but in some cases the scope of ideas do require it".

Bran (played by Isaac Hempstead Wright) has had betting suspended on him taking the Iron Thrones. "They're in the volume business, we're in the curation business", said Bloys.

"Obviously, I am embarrassed by my poor choice of words", she said in a statement.

"The reason they're getting paid so much is they're so prolific", he said. And other producers, like Luca Guadagnino and Michael Haneke, "don't want to get lost at Netflix".

Game of Thrones' deadly finale teased by HBO execs