Game of Thrones finale left so many unanswered questions for fans, some of which will never be answered. But when it comes to the making of the final series of the show, HBO is happy to give viewers a look behind the scenes. In the new documentary, The Last Watch, fans get to see just how hard all the people work behind the scenes and meet a few faces who make the show come to life. Moreover, some of the things Game Of Thrones fans learned from The Last Watchwere fairly surprising.
Some of the things which were revealed were the type of facts that fans suspected, but hearing them spoken aloud confirmed it. The show really did push themselves to the limits of what a TV program can accomplish, perhaps even a little too far. (The coffee cup and water bottle making it onscreen can attest to this.) Also, though it sounds like a bright idea to film the final season during the winter months, because it is finally winter on the show was not the smart idea it seemed on paper. In fact, several scenes were delayed because of snow, and work on the King's Landing set at Titanic Studios was postponed because it was too cold to work outside.