Sarah Palin And Game Change

March 13, 2012 by staff 

Sarah Palin And Game Change, Riding outstanding reviews and a flood of attention because of the controversy around its portrayal of Sarah Palin, the HBO film “Game Change” attracted a big audience for the pay-cable channel Saturday night.

The film pulled in 2.1 million viewers for its initial airing on HBO, making it the most-watched original movie on the channel in eight years. Viewer totals for the movie increased in each of its half-hours, topping out at 2.3 million viewers.

HBO has repeated the movie three times and the total audience for “Game Change,” which is based on a book with the same name about the 2008 presidential campaign, now stands at 3.6 million.

The movie was especially praised for Julianne Moore’s portrayal of Ms. Palin as she was selected to become John McCain’s running mate in 2008.

Ms. Palin has denounced the film as inaccurate, though she has not specified which elements of the film are wrong. One of the other major characters, Steve Schmidt, who was the chief strategist for the McCain presidential campaign, appeared on MSNBC this week and praised the movie for its accuracy.

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