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Are you still watching 'The Killing'?

Killing Ep10 Linden

(Carole Segal/AMC)

Or Camelot? Or Borgias? Or Treme?

We’ve been obsessively tracking Game of Thrones ratings, but what some of the other cable dramas? Are you still wondering who killed Rosie Larson or do you just want Sarah to go to California with that guy so she can get out of the rain? Here’s how some of the field has been performing, whether each show has been renewed or not, and how each show is trending:

HBO’s Game of Thrones 2.4 million average; numbers somewhat steady through season (Renewed!)

AMC’s The Killing 2.2 million average; ratings took a serious dive after the show’s big premiere, then again after the fourth episode, but have held steady since then, averaging around 1.9 million (No decision yet, but these are still decent numbers for AMC)

Starz’ Camelot 917,000 average; sort of holding steady since second episode (No decision yet)

Showtime’s The Borgias 835,000 average; rough post-premiere drop, but holding steady since then (Renewed!)

HBO’s Treme 561,000 average; down 29 percent from last season; numbers mostly holding steady (Renewed!)

Showtime’s Nurse Jackie 548,000 average; down 26 percent from last season; holding steady (Renewed!)

Showtime’s United States of Tara 324,000 average; down 41 percent from last season; debuted low, then dipped (Cancelled)

*Numbers are live plus same day DVR for premiere episodes. Premium cable dramas like Borgias and Treme expand greatly due to repeat airings, but these premiere numbers still give a good sense of their popularity relative to each other and how each show is trending.

Originally posted June 3 2011 — 1:24 PM EDT

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