The Game Of Thrones season six finale set records in the US with a viewership of 8.9 million.
The massive audience tuned in to see the HBO drama - which is based on George RR Martin's A Song Of Ice And Fire series of novels - in the US.
It eclipsed the previous record of 8.1 million viewers for the finale of the fifth season.
The episode, titled The Winds Of Winter, also bowed out with a hefty audience in the UK - close to two million people watched the finale on Sky Atlantic on Monday.
The fantasy series had a total audience of of 1.82 million, which includes both the 2am and 9pm broadcasts.
And that figure is expected to grow as people watch on demand and catch up services.
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The sixth series of the show has now cemented its status as the most-watched Sky entertainment programme ever, with more than five million views per episode to date - a 41% increase on season five.
That figure includes those who have watched the show live, those who watched on demand, through their Sky+ recordings, via the Sky Go app or through the online streaming service NOW TV.