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How Fans Reacted on Twitter to ‘The Simpsons’ 25th ‘Treehouse of Horrors’ Episode

THE SIMPSONS: SEASON 21‘The Simpsons’ fans may not be the most active on Twitter, but when they do tweet, they show that no pop culture reference gets by them.

According to our analytics partner Canvs, which measures Twitter sentiment, 1,614 out of the 6,008 tweets about ‘The Simpsons’ 25th Treehouse of Horrors episode – which have aired since the show’s second season – were emotional reactions. 54% of the emotional reactions included the word “love” and 12% included “good.”

The episodes top moment came 20 minutes in, when ‘The Simpsons’ parodied iconic Stanley Kubrick films. Below, some more insights from Canvs on what drove the Twitter conversation, followed by an infographic: Read more

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Infographic: Fans React to Homer and Peter Sharing the Small Screen Together

Family-Guy-and-The-SImpsons-Crossover‘The Simpsons Guy’ crossover episode aired last Sunday, and fans were at once taken aback and delighted.

According to our analytics partner Canvs, which measures Twitter sentiment, 10% of the emotional reactions included the word “worst” and 7% included “weird.” Still, the overwhelming majority of fans were excited for the Peter and Homer meet-up: 37% of reactions included “amazing” while 22% included “funny.” For such devoted fan bases it is surprising that only 36% of the 77,944 total tweets about the episode contained sentiment.

Below, some more insights from Canvs on what drove the Twitter conversation, followed by an infographic:

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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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