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HBO’s “Game of Thrones” broke a series viewership record during Sunday’s season eight premiere.
The show was watched by 17.4 million viewers across all of HBO’s platforms.
It was the biggest streaming night for HBO Now, and Sunday’s episode grew its HBO Now viewership 50% from the season seven finale, and 97% from the season seven premiere.

HBO’s “Game of Thrones” had its biggest night ever on Sunday.

The epic fantasy series was watched by 17.4 million viewers across all HBO platforms (linear TV, HBO Go, and HBO Now) during its final season premiere, breaking the show’s previous viewership record of 16.9 million for the season seven finale in 2017. The season seven premiere was watched by 16.1 million viewers.

HBO said on Monday that viewership for its standalone streaming platform, HBO Now, grew by 50% from the season seven finale, and by 97% from the season seven premiere. It’s the biggest streaming night for HBO of all time.

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The 9 p.m. airing on the premium cable network reeled in 11.8 million viewers, but failed to break the record set by the season seven …read more

Source:: Businessinsider – Technology

      

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