Netflix’s “House of Cards” made TV history, simply by being referred to as a TV show. The Kevin Spacey political drama has catapulted binge-watching from a TV junkie’s obsession to a major form of normal TV consuming. Traditional TV critics were forced to cover this show differently. The Six Stages of “House of Cards” Grief replaced the weekly episodic review. After all the hoopla around the midnight, entire season launch, was House of Cards actually a success? Netflix says yes, but isn’t revealing the numbers. Social TV on the other hand paints a very clear picture. Read more
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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.
Networked Insights (NI) continues to put together interesting data that highlights different spectrums of the TV ecosystem on the social web. We reported on their upfront predictions (for NBC, ABC, Fox) and which TV stars from new programming had the most buzz. Now the NYC-based company has provided Lost Remote exclusively with an inside look at the most popular TV show runners on the social web.
Social TV data company Networked Insights (NI) continues to push out useful information for TV buyers. We reported on their NBC and Fox predictions and now they've shared their ABC insights, which had its upfront earlier this week. ABC had one of the most talked about new shows, Revenge. If you know someone that watches Revenge, they are most likely obsessed...
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