– Season premiere is the most-watched episode in HBO Canada and Canadian Entertainment Specialty and Pay TV history –
– New episodes premiere Sunday nights at 9 p.m. ET on HBO Canada –
"…remains one of the grandest shows on television" – Tony Wong, Toronto Star
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TORONTO, July 25, 2017 /CNW/ - It's official: GAME OF THRONES is King in the North and is destined to rule Canadian television this summer. The Season 7 premiere (July 16) of HBO's Emmy® and Golden Globe®-winning series delivered a record-breaking final audience of more than 1.8 million viewers*, a 4% increase from the Season 6 premiere which held the previous record.
Season 7, Episode 1 is now the most-watched episode in HBO Canada, Canadian entertainment specialty, and Canadian Pay TV history. Entitled "Dragonstone," the season opener was also the most-watched television program in Canada on July 16*. The episode can be watched now on TMN GO and HBO Canada OnDemand.
In Episode 3, "The Queen's Justice," premiering Sunday, July 30 at 9 p.m. ET on HBO Canada, Daenerys holds court, while Cersei returns a gift, and Jaime learns from his mistakes.
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