There's no denying that Game of Thrones is a money-making machine, and as the series enters its final season the spin-offs are HBO's remaining avenues for cashing in on Westeros.

On last night's episode of Saturday Night Live, we were treated to a speculative television landscape where HBO was able to milk Game of Thrones as far as their imagination would let them. SNL has a whole lineup of cross-over shows such as Cersei and the City and The Marvelous Mrs. Melisandre. According to the promotional teaser, “dragons aren't the only ones spitting fire on Wilding Out,” a rap-battle contest for Wildlings.

There's also a whole suite of spin-off programs for younger viewers including, Hodor's House a GoT take on Bear in the Big Blue House.

They've even managed to create a spin-off with TV's longest running show. The procedural drama Game of Thrones: SVU stars Mariska Hargitay as well as Ice-T who, even in this universe, appears deeply confused by especially heinous crimes.

Take a look at the full selection below.

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