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“Game of Thrones” has been pulling in record viewership for HBO over the last several seasons — the series’ penultimate installment “The Bells” is the most watched episode in “Thrones” history — but it’s also been driving record numbers to websites such as IMDb. The film and television database has been served well by “Thrones,” which holds a handful of records when it comes to visitation across IMDb and IMDbPro platforms. IMDb exclusively shared to IndieWire some of the data related to “Thrones” prior to the HBO fantasy series airing its final episode this Sunday.
For six consecutive years (2012-2017), “Game of Thrones” ranked as the #1 television show of the year based on the IMDbPro proprietary weekly TV rankings. The list is determined by page views of the hundreds of millions of unique monthly visitors to IMDb worldwide. The major reason “Thrones” did not rank #1 for a seventh consecutive year is because the show took a hiatus in 2018. Expect “Thrones” to be back on top in 2019.
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