It was a strange season, to say the least, with only the second episode of season 9 of the hit HBO series “The Sopranos” to come out before season 10, and the finale of season 4 before the last episode of “Hannibal” was released.
But as the series continues, it seems the series has become one of the most popular television series on cable.
HBO had its biggest week ever with an average audience of 3.2 million viewers, up 14% from the same week last year.
That was followed by a 3.1 million average viewers for “HBO’s Game of Thrones” last week, the second highest viewership of the year.
“Game of Thrones,” the third highest rated series of the past decade, had an average viewership of 3 million viewers in the same time period.
And the season finale of “The Leftovers” averaged 4.1 of 5 on the Nielsen overnight ratings for the week.
That’s a 6% increase from last year’s finale.
For the second week in a row, the premiere of “Better Call Saul” is the most watched scripted series of all time on cable with an audience of 2.7 million viewers.
The series is followed by “Veep” on 2.3 million viewers and “Jane the Virgin” on 1.7.
It’s the second most watched show on cable this year behind “House of Cards.”
The first season of “House Of Cards” aired on HBO in the fall of 2017.
But this season, the series took a hiatus from its normal television schedule to make the transition from broadcast to cable television.
The show ended up averaging 2.4 million viewers for its first season.
“The Leftover” has been averaging 4.2 of 5.
This week, it was the highest rated show on HBO.
The season finale drew 3.7 of 5 adults 18-49 ratings.
“Game of Throne” has averaged 1.4 of 5 in the 18-34 demographic with an 8% increase this week from last week.
“Veek” has done better in the demographic with its viewership growing 6% to 2.6 million viewers since its first episode last year, while “Jane” has held steady at 1.3.