Game Of Thrones Season 8 Episode 3 Created A Record, Drew 17.8 Million Viewers In A Day

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Game of Thrones has been creating a lot of buzz since the season premiere of the final season of GOT. Social Media is going crazy after the 3rd episode, the bloody battle of the long night where the Night king was killed by Arya Stark with her dragon knife.

The third episode was a gigantic hit in television viewership. It became the second-largest audience for the very first airing. It was even the longest episode in the history of Game of Thrones and recorded 17.8 million viewership with replays and streaming.

The episode revolves around the battle of Winterfell which had the force of Night King to fight against the troop of Daenary, Jon Snow. 17.4 million viewers who tuned into the session premier on 14th April was repressed by 17.8 million views of the crazy HBO series.

According to the reports of Hollywood reporter, the episode drew 12.02 million people as soon as it went on air. This registers the second largest audience ever for an initial airing of GOT.

The Finale episode of Game of Thrones season 7 holds the highest viewership spot with 12.07 million views. Average of the two episodes from the final season is 16.65 million viewers which include replay and streaming.

The first-night statistic of the second episode aired on 21 April was 15.9 million. According to HBO, approx 38 million have watched the premiere. It is one of the biggest series ever made for Television. The developments of The Long Night sparked off huge conversations on Twitter. The unexpected story development made the GOT fans go bizarre on Twitter leading to 7.8 million tweets on the third episode.

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