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Over a year after its series finale, HBO’s Game of Thrones is still beating out its competitors to be the most pirated show in the world.
More than a year after it ended, Game of Thrones fans are carrying on its legacy…well, one of its legacies. Even now, Game of Thrones continues to be the most pirated show in the world.
The new data comes from Parrot Analytics, which released its report to Observer. Here are the most pirated TV shows from the last 60 days, worldwide:
- Game of Thrones (HBO)
- Rick and Morty (Adult Swim)
- My Hero Academia (Available on Hulu)
- The Walking Dead (AMC)
- SpongeBob SquarePants (Nickelodeon)
- The 100 (The CW)
- The Mandalorian (Disney+)
- The Flash (The CW)
- Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. (ABC)
- Harley Quinn (DC Universe)
Game of Thrones has always been a popular target for pirates, many of whom want to watch the epic tale of dragons and swords but don’t want to spring for HBO. Perhaps it makes sense that its popularity would continue during the coronavirus pandemic, with a lot of people at home and looking to get lost in a great story. If you had it on your to-watch list but never got to it, now’s a great time. If you’d somehow never heard of it, ditto. And there’s even some who wanted to rewatch the show just for the heck of it.
The series finale of Game of Thrones let down a lot of fans, but clearly the demand is still very real. HBO is hard at work getting a prequel show ready, and reports like this should only inspire them to keep on the pressure:
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