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This Game of Thrones show looks like it's here to stay. The Season 4 finale of Game of Thrones was the most-watched finale to date for the HBO fantasy drama.

Approximately 7.1 million viewers tuned in to watch "The Children" (and that scene on the toilet), which was a 32-percent increase from the 5.39 million viewers who watched the Season 3 finale. The 7.1 million was still just shy of the series' best viewership mark, which was achieved with the seventh episode of the season in mid-May.

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Proof that the success of Game of Thrones may only be getting started comes when looking at season averages as compared to Season 3. Season 4 of Game of Thrones officially became the most-watched HBO series in history, with an average gross audience of 18.6 million viewers, a 29-percent jump over last season. The first airings of Game of Thrones averaged 6.8 million viewers this season, a 37-percent increase over Season 3.

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