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The most pirated TV shows of May 2015

You wouldn't download a car!

Actually... that would be awesome. And with the rate at which 3D printing is advancing, it'll probably be possible by the end of the decade.

The point we're failing to make is that internet piracy isn't cool. It harms the creative industry that you're attempting to enjoy, it helps spread infuriatingly crappy viruses and it's illegal. So stop it, yeah?

Moral duties aside, here's the most pirated shows of May 2015, scroll down to see the full graphs and stats compiled by Found Remote and SimilarWeb, based on some of the most visible torrent sites. It would appear we have an appetite for dragons, swords and capes.


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New shows dominate the top positions of each site, indicating that the majority of torrent users are keen to watch new material as soon as it becomes available. 

If you're a user of illegal torrents, we doubt any argument we present here is going to see you change your ways. But still - here are some legal avenues through which you can watch some of your favourite shows. And pay for them.

Game of Thrones

NowTV - £6.99 per month, accessible via games consoles or a stand alone box

Sky Go - £15 per month, accessible via your computer or games console 

Or you could just read the books

Arrow

Amazon Instant Video - From £24.99 per season

The Flash

Amazon Instant Video - From £24.99 per season

Silicon Valley

NowTV - £6.99 per month

Mad Men

Amazon Instant Video - Free for Prime members

(Images: Rex)

  • The most pirated TV shows of May 2015

    GAME OF THRONES

    Where to watch it legally:

    NowTV - £6.99 per month, accessible via games consoles or a stand alone box

    Sky Go - £15 per month, accessible via your computer or games console.

    Or you could just read the books.