GITNUX MARKETDATA REPORT 2024

Statistics About The Most Expensive Tv Show

The most expensive TV show on record, "The Crown," had a reported budget of approximately $130 million for its first season.

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""The Morning Show", a drama series by Apple TV Plus, had a budget of approximately $15 million per episode."

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"HBO's "Game of Thrones" had a budget of about $10 million per episode during its last few seasons."

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"Netflix's "The Crown" has reportedly spent about $130 million on its first season."

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""Marco Polo," which ran on Netflix for two seasons, reportedly cost $9 million per episode."

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"Amazon's "Lord of the Rings" series is expected to cost $1 billion overall."

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"The HBO series "Westworld" had a budget of $100 million for its first season."

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"The first season of "Star Trek: Discovery," CBS's series, reportedly cost about $8 million per episode."

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""The Get Down," a musical drama produced by Netflix, cost around $120 million for its only season."

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""The Pacific," a miniseries on HBO, cost approximately $20 million per episode."

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"CBS's "The Big Bang Theory" cost approximately $10 million per episode in its latest seasons."

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""Sense8," a Netflix original series, was costing approximately $9 million per episode."

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""House of Cards," a Netflix original series, had a reported budget of $4.5 million to $5 million per episode."

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"The miniseries "Band of Brothers," aired on HBO, cost approximately $12.5 million per episode."

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"Showtime's "Homeland" had a reported budget of $3 million per episode."

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"Disney+'s "The Mandalorian" reportedly cost $15 million per episode."

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"Each episode of "Stranger Things" Season 2 cost approximately $8 million."

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""Breaking Bad," aired on AMC, cost approximately $3 million per episode during its run."

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