The stars did get their moments, from Kit Harington's tearful farewell on his final day of shooting to Emilia Clarke quietly musing in her makeup chair about what life will be like after the show, which both propelled her into the public consciousness and left a lot of people debating the wisdom of having named a daughter "Daenerys". Rogue water bottle in Game of Thrones finale * Game Of Thrones: In defence of Daenerys Targaryen * Game of Thrones finale - we predict the end * Who will rule on the Iron Throne?
Game of Thrones: The Last Watch is available to stream on Neon now. The most emotional and popular scene from the documentary comes from the final table read where we see all the characters together getting emotional about their characters and when we hear in the background as the camera moves over crying cast members and crew.
In the documentary, viewers watch as writer and co-executive producer Bryan Cogman reads the scene's script direction aloud: Jon and Dany share a "perfect kiss", Dany's eyes "open suddenly as she draws a sharp breath", and Jon's eyes flicker open and fill with tears. Harington looks across the room at Clarke, who wryly smiles and nods before sinking comically into her chair.
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With his head in his hands, Harington was seen leaning back, visibly shocked at how it transpired.
A highlight in The Last Watch, was definitely the moment the entire cast sat in for their first table read of season 8.
HBO has aired its Game of Thrones special The Last Watch, revealing how Kit Harington reacted in the exact moment he found out about the final season's biggest plot twist.
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"It's exciting to think, 'Who am I without this?'" Clarke said.
"I feel like my heart is breaking".
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