HBO estimates 2.9 million watched ‘Succession’ finale on Sunday night

HBO estimates that 2.9 million viewers watched ‘Succession’ finale on Sunday night, a series record that is expected to increase with delayed viewing.

By the numbers: The finale surpassed the previous record of 2.75 million for a first-night episode that aired on April 30 during the show’s fourth and final season.
* Episodes this season have seen an average of 8.7 million viewers when factoring in delayed viewing, according to Nielsen.

In context: While ‘Succession’ had impressive viewership, it didn’t come close to HBO’s record of 19.8 million people who watched the 2019 ‘Game of Thrones’ finale on its premiere night.
* HBO estimates that around 46 million people have watched that episode when accounting for delayed viewing.

Comparisons: HBO’s series ‘Barry,’ starring Bill Hader, had 700,000 viewers for its finale this past week and episodes this season have averaged 3.4 million viewers.

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