I find this sort of thing interesting. Here’s the data for Homeland
which is obviously not a great show but it seems like all shows have fairly significant changes in numbers of viewers between episodes of a season, usually with ‘big’ episodes having a larger audience.
Am I alone in finding this odd? Here’s GoT Season 5
There are 3 million people who didn’t give a shit they missed an episode in the middle and 2 million who barely bothered with episodes 2-9. Now I’m not saying all episodes are the same quality, but it seems odd these people apparently never watched the other episodes.
I dunno, another great 0 reply thread probably, @smee.