Cas Stark Posted May 19, 2015 Share Posted May 19, 2015 I'm guessing a lot of people would say that there are certain members of the book readers club who "stick their fingers in their ears and shout argument ad populum at the top of their lungs" at any change at all. As for the viewing figures according to everything I've seen they are still holding high. The US Cable ratings has episode #5 down as the most watched program of its time slot, over the NBA play offs. In Europe its ratings are still killing every other show, to the best of my knowledge. So if its still the most watched show on TV...kind of kills your point doesn't it? I don't think it's the most watched show on TV, though it may have won it's time slot, every episode this season they have lost audience, making the latest episode the least watched since season 3. I wouldn't call that holding high. I would call that...losing audience. And I would say when you start the season with 8 million people watching the show for it's first run and by episode 6, you are barely over 6 million, that this is a sign that your audience is not as interested or vested in the show as it was once was. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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