Game Of Thrones 608 The Broken Man Tops the Rating as The Viewership Count Rise

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With Game of Thrones 6, it has been quite a deal that it falls into such a moment when Memorial Day holiday is up and that how it is going to remain. Well with Game of Thrones 6 Episode 6 Blood Of My Blood we were quite sure that the viewership number would be falling low as Memorial Day is one of the most noted American yet a federal holiday and the whole country is busy with their plans for the Memorial Day and Episode 6 broadcasted on the weekend of this particular occasion thus it was quite obvious that the number would drop, but with this weekend the show shows some promising number of the viewership which gives us an idea about the popularity of the show which it still is the number one show watched by a larger number of people on Sunday night.

Game Of Thrones Season 6 Episode 7 Ratings Viewership Count

Well the last week’s Game Of Thrones 6 Episode 6 “Blood Of My Blood” pulled a number of 6.71 million live viewers, coming to previous episode this week’s episode 7 “The Broken Man” got back to it’s this years mark above 7 million, According to the Spoiler TV the accurate number of viewership counted 7.80 million people watching the show live and it received a demo rating of 4.0. The show with every episode passing by gets more and more closure to the mark of 8 million. In fact we are quite sure that by the time we reach up to episode 9 which has always shown growth, we might see the episode crossing the mark of 8 million viewership and break the record of last year’s final episode “Mother’s Mercy”, which happens to be the most watched show in the entire of the series with the viewership number of 8.11 million.

Anyway, the seventh episode is presently the fourth most-watched a show in the entire series and that makes it damn sure that the upcoming Game of Thrones 6 Episode 8 “No One” might take the number to some level of breaking all the records.

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