The first episode of the sixth season of "Game of thrones" was seen by more than 10.7 million people — the highest figure of the series. The previous record set by the finale of the fifth season he has collected at screens of 10.3 million viewers. More precise figures HBO will present in a few weeks.
The first episode of the sixth season of "Game of thrones" was seen by more than 10.7 million people — the highest figure of the series, says The Hollywood Reporter. The previous record set by the finale of the fifth season he has collected at screens of 10.3 million viewers.
More precise figures HBO will present a few weeks, counting the results at all their services, including HBO Go and HBO Now.
As the newspaper notes, each series of the fifth season of "Game of thrones" attracted nearly 20 million fans, while the premiere episode of the series in 2011 saw only 2.2 million viewers.
Previously torrent trackers published statistics pirate downloaded the first series of the sixth season downloaded over 200 thousand times in 12 hours.
The premiere of the sixth season was held on April 24. Fans of the series had different comments about the series. Some were surprised and laugh transformed the red priestess Melisandre, other lamented regarding the fate of Jon snow.
"Game of thrones is an American fantasy series based on the book cycle by American author George R. R. Martin's "a Song of ice and fire". The creators plan to release eight seasons.
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