April 13, 2019
HBO’s epic, character-rich, sex and violence-driven “Game of Thrones” begins its final season this weekend.
Based on George R.R. Martin’s fantasy novel series, the award-winning show — and HBO’s most-viewed series ever — began in 2011. At that time, The Socionomist postulated that, on the heels of the historic social mood crash in 2007-2009, popularity of boundary-breaking shows such as “Game of Thrones” was a perfect, albeit lagging, reflection of social mood.
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