Just a few hours left to say goodbye to this week and Tele Go! we were not going to miss our appointment with Edition USA , the section in which we offer a detailed overview of the most exciting developments on American television during the past seven days. This week the menu includes, among other things, records ‘Game of Thrones’, ‘Phineas and Ferb’ and the NBA and sorry state of the hearings ‘Hannibal’ . Let’s go!
The new record of ‘Game of Thrones’
The hearings ‘Game of Thrones’ for its fifth season have been a bit strange as it began beating record with 8 million viewers and then was losing track to mark the lowest since the end of the third season with 5.4 million viewers garnered the seventh.
The HBO recovered with the eighth, continued to grow with the ninth and last Sunday he managed to beat his own record, as the season finale of the fifth season has become episode more seen so far of ‘Game of Thrones’ with 8.11 million viewers . Which makes sense when you consider todo what happened in the same , but that’s something you could not know until seeing it, something that made all our guest stars for the special that we dedicate to ‘Game of Thrones’ this week.
‘Phineas and Ferb’ farewell with record
The truth is that the final episode of ‘Phineas and Ferb’ is issued Friday June 12 -we already did them un gif funny tribute – but we had no audience data on it until this week and we could not help but comment, as the 1.4 million spectators who had on Disney XD make the space more seen of the chain in its six years of existence .
These 1.4 million grow to 3.8 if we add the audience got Disney Channel, where issued in parallel , giving more credit to the record achieved in Disney XD. A good reward for Disney XD, since the channel priority issued every episode of the series to create a huge marathon ‘Phineas and Ferb’ which meant that at least 10.9 million people watched an episode of it.
The NBA also sets record
We do not usually give much importance to sporting events Edition USA, but the final meeting between the Golden State Warriors and Cleveland Cavaliers became the sixth meeting of a NBA Finals ABC’s seen since the output to achieve being seen by 23.3 million viewers . The interest in the game also caused the program presented Jimmy Kimmel as a prelude to the party lograse the best numbers in its history. Not bad.
‘Hannibal’ is sunk
‘Hannibal’ regresó NBC just two weeks ago with the worst figure for a season premiere of the series, but is that The next week sank hopelessly marking time low with 1.66 million viewers and just 0.5 in the ratings. I think the fact of having competed against different parties NBA Finals played really against in both cases, but this week there was basketball and the third episode of the third season just rose to 1.69 million viewers and stayed the same in the ratings.
Ya I discussed that audiences are no longer as important as before, but Not sure what NBC can afford such a sad figures however good their economic agreement with Gaumont and Sony.
The season finale of ‘Veep’ and ‘Silicon Valley’
The closing of the fifth season of ‘Game of Thrones’ made it happen somewhat unnoticed that also ‘Veep’ and ‘Silicon Valley’ said goodbye to 2016. The first did their best data for a season finale to harvest 1.11 million viewers, a very good news considering that the season itself less has been seen before. Meanwhile,
‘The Returned’ will not return to A & E
The channel A & E anunció this week renewal for two more seasons of ‘Bates Motel’, but ‘The Returned’ was not so lucky and was canceled after the issuance of a single batch of episodes. The truth is that American adaptation of the French ‘Les Revenants’ debuted with more than acceptable data, but the public was losing interest in it and the last four episodes even managed to overcome the barrier of million viewers, making its cancellation was within the expected.
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News USA Edition: ‘Game of Thrones’ and ‘Phineas and Ferb’ break records, ‘Hannibal’ is sunk and more was originally published in Go Tele by Mikel Zorrilla .
June 22, 2015