Game of Thrones: The Last Watch and Kit Harington's initial reaction to the season 8 finale twist

CNET | 5/26/2019 | Mark Serrels
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Game of Thrones season 8 finished last week, marking the end of quite possibly the most popular and largest scale television show ever made. In case you've been living under a rock that swallows all sound and light, people were a little disappointed. Just a little.

This week there was no new episode, but there was The Last Watch -- a behind-the-scenes documentary that goes into detail on the massive production that was Season 8. It's hardly the complete rewrite some are asking for, but it has gone a ways to softening some of the harsher reactions.

Look - Opening

I mean just look at this opening!

And this dog. God bless you behind-the-scenes dog.

Watch - Work - Production - Staff - Sequence

The Last Watch focused almost exclusively on the work done by the production staff and it was magic for that, but there was an incredible sequence that featured the entire main cast doing a read through of the season and, in some cases, finding out the fate of their characters for the first time. It was amazing.

As you might expect, the whole cast marked out for Arya Stark killing the Night King.

Way - Rory - Mccann - Hound - Maisie

The way Rory Mccann aka The Hound was cheering for Maisie Williams when they found out Arya will be the one to kill the Night King is something else. He's a proud father.

People were genuinely emotional during death scenes, even just on the read through.

Moment - Documentary - Moment

Perhaps the best moment of the entire documentary -- definitely the moment...
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