Game of Thrones is one of the most expensive TV shows in the world. According to News.com, GoT finale season will cost $19 million per episode. One of the main reason behind its staggering cost is the action sequence in the show. Season 7 was also filled with some never-seen-before epic moments. The one that tops the list is undoubtedly that scene where the Night King attacks Daenerys Targaryen’s dragon – Viseron – using an Ice Javelin. It is surely heart-breaking to watch the beloved creature come tumbling down and fall to its death. At the same time, one cannot help but appreciate the graphical hard-work that went down behind its creation.

Another episode is from the “Game of Thrones” season 7 finale when the awoken dragon – who has now switched sides to the Dead Army – is seen flying over the 700-year-old Ice Wall. It almost makes the fans skip a beat to think about the horror that awaits those who live behind the Wall. The true appreciation lies on how effortlessly Viseron brings the Wall down by spewing fire - or is it ice? While these two moments top the list of the most-epic-creations, the crew members spoke about another intense scene that is severely underrated. This is from the episode, “Beyond the Wall,” wherein Jon Snow along with his group comes across a zombie Polar Bear.

What the show's creators have to say?

According to a report by Mashable, in a behind-the-scenes video published by HBO, the creators talk about how difficult it was to bring the zombie polar bear sequence together.

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Jon Snow and his magnificent group of seven encounters a zombified polar bear right in the middle of nowhere. Kit Harington – who plays Jon Snow – said that they shot this scene in a big CGI box. He went on to admit that they had a difficult experience imagining the zombie polar bear in front of them. The set simply consisted of “a big guy in a green suit,” and not an actual animal. The setting was different from what was showcased to the viewers, obviously. In the video, stunt coordinator, Rowley Irlam even admitted that the polar bear fight with Jon Snow and the rest of the members was a “real challenge” for them to shoot.

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The creators, however, find joy in delivering the right type of experience to the fans. There is also a lot of hard work that they seem to put in for the creation of each of the scenes. “Game of Thrones” season 8 is rumored to air in 2019. The last season is speculated to have 6-episodes. According to WinterIsComing, the shooting for season 8 has recently started.