Thursday, 9 July 2015

Ratings: Game of Thrones Season 5 Breaks 20 Million-Viewer Barrier

Season 5 of HBO’s Game of Thrones thus far has averaged 19.8 million weekly viewers with DVR, On Demand and HBO Go/Now playback folded in, and thus is poised to cross the 20 milliothresholdonce all the heads are
lopped counted.
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Thrones‘ latest run thus stands as its most watched to date, besting the 19.1 million who consumed Season 4 episodes.
Also on the upside at HBO are Silicon Valley (up 3 percent to 6 million weekly viewers), Last Week Tonight With John Oliver (up 14 percent to 4.6 million viewers),Real Time With Bill Maher (up a tick to 4 million viewers) and Vice (which just wrapped its most watched season, averaging 3 million viewers).
Veep, however, dipped 9 percent in Season 4, averaging 4.1 million weekly viewers.
Among HBO’s summer fare, True Detective‘s Season 2 opener thus far has drawn 11.8 million viewers, up almost 1.5 mil versus its series launch after the same span of time. Ballers (8.3 mil) delivered HBO’s most watched half-hour debut episode since Hung (2009), while The Brink‘s premiere thus far has amassed 6.2 million viewers.

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