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Game of Thrones Season 4′s audience grows to 19 million

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Time Warner, parent company to HBO, released their second quarterly earnings report of 2014 today, and along with it came an update to Game of Thrones’ Season 4 viewership numbers. Season 4’s average gross audience was reported as 18.6 million … Continue reading

Game of Thrones Season 4 viewership ratings overview

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Bang! We start with the graphics right away (click to enlarge, first hour only, shows with >10 episode runs condensed to fit, yada yada). Are you suffering from the post-season blues already? This Sunday will be about numbers instead of … Continue reading

Game of Thrones Season 4 finishes with strong ratings from “The Children”

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The numbers are in, and last night’s episode of Game of Thrones, “The Children,” wrapped up Season 4 with 7.1 million viewers. This is a 32% increase over last year’s finale, and a slight increase over last week’s penultimate episode, … Continue reading

Game of Thrones ratings dip slightly as “The Watchers on the Wall” faced heavy competition

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While Jon Snow and the Night’s Watch were going to battle against the Wildlings, last night’s episode of Game of Thrones was up against the NBA playoffs, the Tony Awards, and the Miss USA pageant. James Hibberd of Entertainment Weekly … Continue reading

It’s official: Game of Thrones is the most popular show in HBO’s history

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Update: It’s official, Game of Thrones has become the most-watched show in HBO’s history. James Hibberd of Entertainment Weekly is reporting that after Sunday’s episode the average gross audience is 18.4 million across all platforms. HBO has recently updated the … Continue reading

The Mountain and the Viper keep Game of Thrones ratings at series high

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James Hibberd from EW is reporting that the latest episode of Thrones was seen by 7.2 million people when it first aired on Sunday night. The repeat added another million to reach 8.2 million in total. Very cool, I approve. The … Continue reading

Mockingbird sends Game of Thrones to record heights

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This week we have it hot and straight from HBO, like wolf bread. For the fourth time this season, a new series high record has been set this Sunday. 7.2 million people have watched Game of Thrones as it first aired, and … Continue reading

Game of Thrones numbers dip slightly with The Laws of Gods and Men

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The expected fluctuations have happened as the viewership numbers dipped to 6.40 million this week, TV by the numbers reports. Still comfortably in the mid-6 million range, though, and still comfortably winning the night among cable shows, far ahead of … Continue reading

Game of Thrones mid-season game of numbers

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Here we are, five episodes into season four. The month went by quickly, and those more-than-positive viewership numbers we kept getting each week sure did help. Not only was the plot of the show exciting to follow, but its success … Continue reading

Game of Thrones crosses the 7 million mark with record ratings from “First of His Name”

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The viewership numbers are in for this week’s Game of Thrones episode, and they were well worth the wait. TV By The Numbers is reporting that the initial airing of “First of His Name” was seen by 7.155 million, while … Continue reading

Oathkeeper breaks Game of Thrones series record in viewers

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The news broke a bit later than usual this Monday (hey, we cannot complain, we used to have to wait until Tuesday each week for some numbers most of the time), but boy is it a big one. Who else … Continue reading

Game of Thrones viewership ratings rise once more with Breaker of Chains

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Good news on the ratings front again! James Hibberd reports that episode 403 of Thrones matched the series premiere record at 6.6 million viewers for the first hour. Additional 1.6 million people watched it on rerun Sunday night. Hear Me Roar: Very … Continue reading



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