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#EverySimpsonsEver Takes Over Twitter

everysimpsonsIf you even glanced at the Internet this weekend, you may have noticed a lot of people watching The Simpsons.

Last Thursday, FXX kicked off a full marathon of all 25 seasons of The Simpsons, in order, nonstop. Some 45-year-old man somewhere has not slept in four nights.

The marathon drew in about 1 million viewers on Thursday and was ranked number one in primetime viewing among males 18-34, overall, according to Deadline.

But it wasn’t just a television binge; it was a social media Simpsons love fest. The network created the hashtag #EverySimpsonsEver and a Twitter account that tweets out the schedule in four-hour blocks, lest anyone miss an installment of ‘Treehouse of Horror.’

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What fans can expect for the upcoming ‘American Horror Story: Coven’

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(Guest post by Brooke Brown, an entrepreneur with a love for sports, music, and pop culture.)

For two seasons, FX’s “American Horror Story” has pushed the boundaries both for TV horror and for a number of social and cultural taboos. It doesn’t just aim to scare the audience — it aims to disturb them; especially with the strategic sharing of the promo videos on their social media platforms. For this reason, it has gained a rabid following and earned a much-anticipated third season.  This rabid following has reinvigorated the entertainment sector of the internet with many fan forums, and the Google+ Community.  Interesting to see a mini-series turn into a seasonal event, and it could safe to say show creator Ryan Murphy did not expect the popularity. What can viewers expect when “Horror Story” returns Oct. 9?  Read more