Television shows are one of the most suitable tools to fix your mood anytime. Some of the best television series always come up with an extraordinary situation. A spectacular collection of television shows was aired almost a decade ago. The making of a television series is not an easy task. Numerous things are to be kept in mind and the reviews of the users also play a vital role. A huge amount of money is spent during the entire process of broadcasting a television show. Here we bring to you some of the most expensive television shows of all time.
1. The Pacific
The Pacific is the most expensive television series, with a massive expense of $217 million. The show was released on the HBO channel in March 2010. The Pacific tried to recreate World War 2. The Director wanted to make all the scenes look extremely realistic. Most of the money was spent on creating level-headed scenes. In one scene the director had to organize a horde of 300 people on the Australian beach for four days. Due to expensive designs, locations, costumes, and other insights, ‘The Pacific’ stands out to be the most expensive television series.
ER is an American medical drama, made by novelist Dr. Micheal Crichton. The show became popular during the 2000s. ER has 15 seasons and a total of 331 episodes. The team spent almost $13 million on each episode.
3. The Crown
One of the most award-winning shows, ‘The Crown’ is based on Queen Elizabeth II. As the series belongs to the royal family the expense is also expected to be grand. The overall expense of the show summed up to around $156 million. Most of the scenes were recreated because of the shooting restrictions in and around Buckingham Palace. Half of the drama based on actual historical events and the latter is a work of fiction. The show begins from the childhood of the queen until they ascended to the throne. The show became popular as it revealed most of the affairs and events of the time.
4. Band Of Brothers
‘Band of Brothers’ is an American army-based drama show. It has a total of 10 episodes. The cost of the army-based series was approximately $125 Million. This is a real story about the American 506 regiment of the 101st Airborne Division. ‘Band of Brothers’ efficiently manifested the events from 1942 until the end of the Second World War. This was the most popular and celebrated drama at that time. All the arms and ammunition used in the series are original which gains the large attention of the audience.
5. The Get Down
This is an American musical drama directed by Baz Luhrmann and Stephen Adly. The drama has 11 episodes. In spite of gaining positive feedback from the audience, the show was banned by Netflix after the first season. The cost of the series was approximately $120 Million. The characters, relationships & the entire course of the show are completely imaginary but are based on the real-life situations faced by the commoners.