“The Bells” incinerates previous Game of Thrones viewership records, dethrones season seven’s “The Dragon and the Wolf”

“The Bells” wasn’t just a big battle episode. It was the second-to-last episode of the season, which has traditionally been a big one (the so-called “episode nine”, though the term obviously doesn’t apply these last few shortened seasons.) It’s also the penultimate episode of Game of Thrones ever. With those stakes, one would expect the […]

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Study: ‘Game Of Thrones’ makes our hearts race, but not for the reasons we think

If you don’t think Drogon and Dany raining fire onto the Lannister army is exhilarating, you might want to check your pulse. However, after checking the respective pulses of 300 viewers and sifting through 2.3 million measurements, the developers of the Cardiogram app found that it’s not only the violence in Game Of Thrones that gets the […]

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Game of Thrones Soars Again, Grabbing Over 9 Million Viewers with “Stormborn”

Last week, Game of Thrones annihilated their ratings record with the season premiere “Dragonstone”, bringing in over ten million viewers. The show didn’t quite top that with this week’s second episode, but it wasn’t far off, with GoT still beating all their previous season’s record numbers. According to Zap2It, a staggering 9.27 million viewers tuned in […]

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