It's a great time to be a TV fan. We are in a golden era of television, with networks and streaming services dishing out big bucks to create fresh, impressive content. That means high production values, star-studded casts, and an overall quality cinematic viewing experience. From "The Crown" to "Game of Thrones,"here's a look at the 10 most expensive TV shows of all time based on per-episode cost."Camelot" didn't last long, but at $7 million per episode, it sure was expensive.The Emmy-nominated costume drama "Camelot" on Starz, which focused on the legend of King Arthur and had a star-studded cast, cost about $7 million per episode, according to The Wall Street Journal.The network announced the series' end with the following statement: "Due to significant production challenges, Starz has decided not to exercise the option for subsequent seasons of 'Camelot' with our production partners GK-tv, Octagon Films and Take 5 Productions."The Wachowski sisters' "Sens8" on Netflix cost an estimated $9 million per episode.The Wachowski sisters' ambitious Netflix series, "Sense8," cost an estimated $9 million per episode, according to The Verge, thanks to its grand scope and lush production. The show was canceled after two seasons.Popular fantasy series "Game of Thrones" costs an average of $10 million per episode.Given its giant cast, action-packed episodes, and high production value, it's no surprise that HBO's mega-hit "Game of Thrones" costs an average of $10 million per episode.In an exclusive "Game of Thrones" feature in theApril print edition of Entertainment Weekly, reporter James Hibberd mentions the latest bank-breaking budget for season six of the series: "The show easily costs north of$10 million per episodeat this pointnot that you'll hear HBO complain."See the rest of the story at Business Insider Click here to read full news..