You can tell a lot about people based on what they buy, but maybe even more from the stuff they steal. In the case of this annual list of the most-pirated TV shows of the year, we can see that a lot of people have pretty decent (if unadventurous ) taste, and a lot of people have really garbage taste.
I'll let you read into that whichever way you want.
For the third year in a row, Game of Thrones was the most pirated show of 2014, followed by The Walking Dead, followed by The Big Bang Theory, according to piracy-tracking firm Excipio, as reported by Variety.
Here's the top five (you can get the full list over at Variety.
1. “Game of Thrones”: 48.369 million (HBO)
2. “The Walking Dead”: 47.642 million (AMC)
3. “The Big Bang Theory”: 33.431 million (CBS)
4. “Arrow”: 29.296 million (CW)
5. “The Vampire Diaries”: 22.921 million (CW)
Three of the shows in the top-10 were on CW, which is favored by a younger audience. Let's just say you probably won't see the most popular show in the world, NCIS (regular, New Orleans, Los Angeles, or otherwise), median viewer age 58, on this list any time soon.