Game of Thrones Season 8 : Lpisode 3 a Gnr 7.8 Million Tweets in 24 Hours, a New Record

Game of Thrones Season 8 is a record-breaking season! According to Twitter, Episode 3 generated up to 7.8 million tweets within 24 hours of airing. The series thus breaks its own record, previously held by the first episode of this season.

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“Tonight’s episode of Game of Thrones is the most tweeted episode in television history with nearly 8 million tweets” announces Twitter, relaying a Variety article on the subject. As a result, the episode garnered more tweets than any other television show in history, the magazine said. Among these posts, however, there are many criticisms about the making of the episode. Some viewers found “The Battle of Winterfell” somewhat lacking in legibility and clarity.

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In the year 2019, Game of Thrones has already been the subject of 52 million tweets, which is enormous. Some of the most talked about characters on Twitter include, of course, Arya, the King of the Night, Bran, Jon Snow and Cersei. As a reminder, episode 3 of Game of Thrones season 8 already broke the record for the largest battle scene in TV history.

Episode 3 therefore largely supersedes the first episode of this season 8. Within 24 hours of its release on April 14, 2019, it had generated more than 5 million tweets. Will the series break its new record in the coming weeks?  For the record, Episode 4 will air on HBO on May 19 and will last up to 78 minutes, 11 minutes longer than the previous episode.

This is not the first time that the series inspired by the work of George R. R. Martin has unleashed passions on Twitter. In 2017, Game of Thrones was voted the most tweeted series on the social network just ahead of Stranger Things and far ahead of The Walking Dead





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