‘Game of Thrones’ Dips From Season 8 Premiere, Reaches Nearly 16 Million Multiplatform Viewers

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‘Game of Thrones’ Dips From Season 8 Premiere, Reaches Nearly 16 Million Multiplatform Viewers
The second episode of the eighth and final season of “Game of Thrones” scored 15.9 million multiplatform viewers on Sunday, according to HBO. And while that overall-audience figure posted by Episode 802, titled “A Knight of the Seven Kingdoms,” rivals the (former) size of The Wall, it is down 9% from the one the week-ago Season 8 premiere racked up.

On April 14, the Season 8 premiere of “Game of Thrones” pulled in 17.4 million multiplatform viewers, setting a new series record and accounting for “the largest night of streaming activity ever for HBO,” per the pay-tv channel. The premiere, titled “Winterfell,” claimed that viewer tally when combining linear data, as well as that from HBO Go and HBO Now platforms.

It should be noted the viewer data for Episode 802 includes only two airings of the episode, compared to last week’s three airings, as the third airing this Sunday was too late to be counted, per HBO.
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