Game Of Thrones Season 6 Ratings Overview- A Constant Rise

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BY the time its Wednesday, Game Of Thrones latest screened episodes rating anyway come out but as they aren’t still out we could at least look at the overview of the run of season 6 in the entire series, that in comparison with some of the most popular show HBO had every produced or with some randomly produced shows which took away the viewers attention in these past season year. The essentiality of Game Of Thrones 6 Episode 6 “Blood Of My Blood” is that the episode has been aired on the Memorial Day Weekend and thus a day which is actually is a national commemoration day would have the impact on the episodes viewing. Well before we discuss any further, check out the below graph to acknowledge viewership over the years of it 6 seasons.

Game Of Thrones Season 6 Episode 6 Ratings Overview- Blood Of My Blood

The previous Season 5 finale episode is stated to have the highest viewership that of 8.11 million viewers watched the episode and the season 6 opened with quite a favorable but close to that count at 7.29 million viewers. The show saw a bit drop in the next two episode but then again with episode 4 (Book Of The Stranger) & Episode 5 (The Door) regain the numbers and had a maintained viewership of approx 7.9 million viewers watching the show.

In the graph above the figures shows us how Game Of Thrones have had a very gradual growth among other popular show such as the True Blood and Sopranos. The popularity of the show had just increased in the fewer years more than any of the above-mentioned show without showing a drastic fall in their viewership. But there has always been one moment for Game Of Thrones, which has affected their rating is during the moment when the episode came across the Memorial Day weekend. In the past years the episode and the season when this episode came in were episodes 7 from season 1, Episode 9 from Season 2, and Episode 7 from last year’s Season 5 and the affected around the 10% viewership drop on an average, if being particular the last years season 5 saw a drop of about 17% in whole during the Memorial Day weekend, and if similar such drop is seen this year then the rating for Episode 6 might drop up to 6.5 million to somewhere in between 7 million.

Maybe by tomorrow the official ratings for Game Of Thrones Season 6 Episode 6 might be out and can give us a clear pictures of how the show’s Episode 6 “Blood Of My Blood” performed, but with that every time the show has had a great growth in the next episode, set to release on the coming Sunday on May 5th, 2016 on HBO Networks, don’t forget to catch GOT Season 6 Episode 7 “The Broken Man”.

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