HBO had a good Sunday night. Not only did the cable station’s flagship series Game Of Thrones break another viewership record, but also its political satire Veep pulled in the largest audience of its second season. A series-high 5.3 million watched Game Of Thrones in its first run at 9 PM, marking the third week in a row the third season of the fantasy drama hit a new record. On April 21, the show drew 4.9 million viewers. The series debuted its latest season March 31 with 4.4 million viewers. Overall, Game Of Thrones was seen by 6.7 million over all its plays Sunday night. Airing at 10 PM, the Julia Louis-Dreyfus starrer Veep garnered 1.3 million viewers, up from 1.1 million on April 21 and 1.2 million for the season debut April 14.
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