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House of the Dragon averaging at 29 million viewers per episode

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House of the Dragon is Game of Thrones’ first spinoff; it is living up to its expectations. The show’s pilot episode became HBO’s largest series premiere, surpassing its predecessor. Variety reported an average of 29 million viewers per episode across HBO, HBO Max, four cable networks, and the show’s streaming partners. With the show’s season two confirmed by the network, the viewership rates will only grow.

 
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The series has had an overwhelmingly positive reception since episode 1. That is not a simple feat, considering how huge the fandom is. Every episode so far has lived up to fans’ expectations, and the numbers reflect that. Every episode except the third has come with increased viewership. The third episode’s drop in viewers can be attributed to the Labour Day weekend. Episode 1 was watched by 10 million people, and episode 2 by 10.2 million. The fourth episode saw a 4% jump in viewers, and episode 5 saw another 3% increase.

The show is picking up pace, intensity, and viewers as it courses its way to the end of the first season. New actors are set to play the grown-up Rhaenyra and Alicent in episode 6, following a decade-long time jump. Every episode’s ending gives us something to look forward to and wait for. The series has enraptured the audience with characters that have depth, a very well-written plot, and of course, dragons and drama.

What do you love the most about House of the Dragon so far? Let us know in the comments.

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