"Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power" and "House of the Dragon" are both airing at the same time.

The curtain was pulled back a bit on who was watching each show in the US.

The majority of the audience for "House of the Dragon" is made up of 18 to 49 year olds.

"The Rings of Power" is not attracting young viewers. Seven out of ten of its audience are over the age of 35.

The shows have more male viewers, which is contrary to the vast majority of streaming content, according to the company.

Each show has close to the same amount of viewers.

"Rings of Power" was watched for over a billion minutes. "House of the Dragon" was watched for 960 million minutes in that time frame.

"House of the Dragon" isn't included in the chart. The show is more popular than "Rings of Power" due to the fact that it airs on the same network.

It isn't a perfect comparison. The new episodes of each series were not broken down by the data this week. New episodes of "House of the Dragon" can be seen on Sundays at 9 pm, but they're only on Mondays through Sundays.

The data shows that both shows are doing well with a lot of overlap.

The cost of making the first season of "The Rings of Power" is $400 million, which is more than Amazon paid for the rights, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

It has faced growing pains and received a harsh audience response. It's difficult to know how many people respond to a negative review on a site like Metacritic.

"House of the Dragon" has an audience score of 84%, which is better than "Rings of Power" which has an audience score of 70%. It seems to be driving online engagement.

The "#TheRingsofPower" has 619 million views as of Friday, while the "#HouseoftheDragon" has 5.1 billion views.

Younger viewers are more interested in the former. "The Rings of Power" could engage with a larger audience.