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Hit HBO television show "Games of Thrones" was renewed for two more seasons Tuesday, two days after its latest series opened with a bang that crashed the broadcaster's online app.Sunday's fourth season debut drew 6.6 million viewers, the most for the pay-channel since the finale of HBO cult hit "The Sopranos" was watched by 11.9 million people in 2007, the broadcaster said.All the signs are that fans of the show will not be disappointed by the 10-episode Season 4, which debuted in the US on Sunday before being screened in different markets worldwide over the following days and weeks.
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