Yes, the number of nude people on ‘Game of Thrones’ dropped a lot in season seven — here are the stats
Season seven had a quarter of the previous season’s nudity, but it was divided equally between genders
By Carrie Wittmer
Season seven of “Game of Thrones” had its issues, but in the end it was satisfying.
But you might’ve noticed that it didn’t feel like other seasons of the show. And that might have to do with its lack of nudity. There was nudity, of course, especially with Jon Snow’s behind being the star of the finale. But compared to the other seasons, the nudity dropped substantially.
Broadly noticed, and did a deep dive into the amount of nudity in season seven, among other topics.
Here’s what they found:
•Season one: 33 naked people (88 per cent women, 12 per cent men)
•Season two: 16 naked people (100 per cent women, 0 per cent men)
•Season three: 19 naked people (79 per cent women, 21 per cent men)
•Season four: 23 naked people (91 per cent women, nine per cent men)
•Season five: 28 naked people (68 per cent women, 32 per cent men)
•Season six: 22 naked people (91 per cent women, nine per cent men)
•Season seven: 6 naked people (50 per cent, 50 per cent men)
Notice anything different about season seven? It has around a quarter of last season’s number of nude people, though it does have gender parity in its nudity for the first time.
Broadly also put all their research into this very handy chart that measures the amount of nudity in season one through seven:
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