And our analytics partners, Canvs, looked further into the sentimements of social users watching the shark thriller. They measured the most buzzworthy and reacted-to moments of the movie, which aired on SyFy network.
Wil Wheaton, who helped popularize the first “Sharknado,” took Twitter by storm. His handle generated the most overall reactions from fans (as well as 22% “WTF), but “Today” show weatherman Al Roker generated the most “best” reactions. And the surprise Billy Ray Cyrus cameo generated a 50% “best” reaction, 24% “funny” reaction, and 26% “WTF.”
Here are some other insights from Canvs and an infographic:
-Al Roker bested Matt Lauer in the reaction popularity contest. Lauer was the third most mentioned cameo, eliciting 619 reactions, 53% of which said he was the “best.” Roker on the other hand garnered 901 reactions with his name and 778 with his handle (@alroker).
- Audiences enjoyed a surprise cameo by Jared Fogle, aka Subway Jared. 29% of reactions about Jared mentioned that it was “funny” he appeared in the film.
-Andy Dick is just “scary.” The comedian was the only celebrity to receive a sizable “scary” response (29%).
The overall emotional breakdown went as follows:
4% Worst, Best
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