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NBC’s celebrity filled Twitter schedule takes off for premiere week

Screen Shot 2013-09-23 at 8.56.39 PMNBC isn’t only worried about their linear schedule for premiere week. They’ve lined up tons of celebrities who will be joining in and leading the conversations around their programming. Here are the details. Read more

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Fall TV predictions: these shows will succeed

download (1)Fall TV is finally upon us with many shows having already kicked off. Next week the major broadcasters start releasing their pilots across linear and we will quickly know which ones will leave to see another day. We interviewed Kirsten Atkinson, Media Director at Team One about which shows she thinks will succeed. Read more

Infographic: Which fall shows generated the most social TV buzz this summer?

With summer officially over and fall premieres around the corner, Crimson Hexagon looked back at the social TV buzz during summer 2013. Crimson Hexagon’s analysts, monitoring Twitter engagement with shows debuting this fall, measured the impact of events on the social buzz. Read more

Will social buzz help Fox’s ‘Rake’ become a success?

As the summer concludes, we’re also concluding our detailed look at fall TV shows that are generating buzz. For this week’s analysis we take a look at the Australian adapted drama that will premiere on Fox called Rake. Here’s what Crimson Hexagon‘s analysis had to say. Read more

‘Brooklyn Nine-Nine’ generates positive social buzz with cast appearance at TCA’s

The Television Critics Association (TCA) presentations began shortly after Comic-Con and is a major opportunity for networks to hype their upcoming programming. Last week, we looked at how the TCA’s helped build positive buzz for CBS’s “The Crazy Ones,” which premieres this fall and features Robin Williams and Sarah Michelle Gellar. In this week’s analysis with Crimson Hexagon, we look at how the TCA tour had a similar positive effect on Fox’s “Brooklyn Nine-Nine,” a comedy series about detectives in Brookyln featuring Andy Samberg. Read more

The TCA’s help CBS’s ‘The Crazy Ones’ build positive buzz on social

Shortly after Comic-Con, the summer Television Critics Association (TCA) presentations begin, another big opportunity for TV to show off their upcoming programming. In this week’s analysis with Crimson Hexagon we look at how CBS’s “The Crazy Ones,” the highly anticipated Robin Williams, Sarah Michelle Gellar sitcom meets Mad Men, coming this fall. Here’s the analysis. Read more

How Fox’s ‘Sleepy Hollow’ is building buzz around their Comic-Con prescence [infographic]

For this week’s look at social TV with Crimson Hexagon we address the giant TV event that will be happening at the end of this week. San Diego’s Comic-Con has become a must for fall TV marketers to be a part of. Whether it’s a simple booth, major panels, or a giant party – the TV world is trying to reach the world’s uber fans by making a splash at this event. Here’s how Fox’s Sleepy Hollow is generating buzz around their Comic-Con presence.  Read more

‘The Tomorrow People’ gains buzz as Vampire Diaries fans flock to the CW’s new show

Our fall TV analysis with Crimson Hexagon continues this week with a look at “The Tomorrow People” CW’s new show that’s only second in social chatter to “Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.” Excitement around the CW’s new show comes in part due to the fact that it’s creator is always behind the popular Vampire Diaries show on the same network. Here’s the analysis of why this show is receiving buzz and how other fall TV shows are fairing in comparison. Read more

Zap2it rewards fans for socializing with fall TV

Fall TV is officially back and fans everywhere are looking to be rewarded for their part in helping new shows survive. Zap2it is making this possible with the expansion of their Rewards Challenge program that launched in April. The TV site smartly describes it's audience as "8.5 million socialables" and with their fall TV Challenge they're trying to take get their readers, to do more than just read their content.

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The most anticipated new fall TV shows are…

Networked Insights has just released a new report on "the most anticipated new TV shows based on viewer conversation across the social web." The report looks at the most anticipated shows from the five major broadcasters (CBS, NBC, FOX, ABC, CW) and describes why they're making predictions about certain shows. Networked Insights said that "this year's analysis was more challenging due to factors indicative of an evolving marketplace" and that "overall, the conversations were less polarizing because the new programs were either modeled after successful shows or had benefited from a halo effect of a well-known showrunner." Here are their findings.

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