Game of Thrones most popular show for cheaters

Game of Thrones
Game of Thrones

A WEBSITE for cheaters has found the most popular TV series among the unfaithful. 

More than 50% of the 6258 people who participated said they preferred Game of Thrones. 

Grey's Anatomy came in second with 17%. 

When asked which TV show the perfect date should be watching, more than half of the men and women surveyed agreed on 'Game of Thrones', the show that has taken the world by storm with its erotic nature and twisting storylines.

Founder and CEO of Victoria Milan, Sigurd Vedal, said that television is an easy topic of conversation for first dates and something that most people have in common.

"First dates can be awkward, so finding that medium ground is a great way to relax and get to know each other. Chatting about TV shows is a great icebreaker," he said. 

"Men are happy to talk about TV shows when they are on a date - however their date's favourite TV show isn't going to factor into any decisions about the future of the relationship. 

"Fewer women want to discuss television, but they believe their date's TV show preference is important - maybe because they think it says a lot about a person."

What TV series do you want your date to like?  (For both women and men)

Game of Thrones            52.1%
Grey's Anatomy               17.3%
Sons of Anarchy              14.2%
Walking Dead                  10.2%
Vikings                               6.2

Topics:  dating entertainment game of thrones relationships

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