Ratings: Game of Thrones’ Season Finale Hits Series High, Longmire Debuts Strong
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Game of Thrones closed out its second season on a series high Sunday, nabbing 4.2 million viewers for the season finale.
Those numbers were up notable from the 3.9 million that tuned in for the Season 2 premiere, and Season 1 finale, which grabbed 3 million viewers.
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Adding the additional 910,000 viewers that tuned in for the 11/10c repeat, the finale grabbed a total of 5.1 million viewers. That high viewership also helped Veep to its second most-watched episode and Girls, which also hit a series high.
Elsewhere on cable, A&E's new Western series, Longmire, came out of the gate strong. The series wrangled 4.1 million viewers to become the cable network's most-watched original series premiere ever, as well as the top scripted cable series debut of 2012.
Did you watch the Game of Thrones season finale or Longmire? What did you think?