Game Of Thrones was the third most illegally downloaded TV show of 2014 - for the third year in a row.
The last episode of the fourth season of the HBO fantasy drama filmed in Northern Ireland was downloaded more than eight million times - around double the number of the second place show.
Website Torrentfreak also reported that Game Of Thrones broke an all-time piracy record in 2014 when more than 254,114 people shared it with others simultaneously. More people now watch the show illegally than it has US TV viewers - 8.1m to 7.1m.
Despite this, Jeff Bewkes, CEO of HBO's parent company Time Warner, has said that piracy resulted in more subscriptions, and that receiving the title of "most-pirated" was "better than an Emmy".