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These are the most popular HBO comedy shows in each state

'Curb Your Enthusiasm' and 'Run' reign supreme across 15 states each.

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Anna Rahmanan
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It's a big month for HBO: the powerhouse has finally released its much-anticipated new streaming channel, HBO Max, while still dropping a ton of content for people to consume while following more lax but still in place stay-at-home-orders. 

Capitalizing on the popularity of the network, OnBuy Boxsets (an online marketplace) has used Google Ads to gather some data about the most loved HBO shows in each state in America. Unsurprisingly, Game of Thrones took the cake in the drama category but, when it comes to comedy shows, the results were interestingly varied.

Take a look at a state-by-state breakdown in the form of a map right here:

Most popular HBO comedy shows in each state
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Larry David's Curb Your Enthusiasm seems to be the most popular pick across 15 states, sharing the number one spot with—surprise!—Run, a new black comedy thriller starring Merritt Wever and Domhnall Gleeson.

Silicon Valley lands second on the list, the most loved show in eight different states including California. 

Other stand outs include Enlightened, the most popular comedy in Hawaii, and Barry, which was the Louisiana pick.

The website went a step further, calculating how long it would take for an average person to binge-watch the most popular shows on the network. Considering re-watching all ten seasons of Curb Your Enthusiasm? Set aside 2 days and 22 hours. If, on the other hand, you're wondering what Run is all about, it'll take you about three-and-a-half hours to binge-watch the first season of the show.

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