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Which Emmy nominations are receiving the most buzz on social?

Screen Shot 2014-07-11 at 7.55.13 AMThe fall TV season has officially begun with yesterday’s Emmy nominations announcement. While social media doesn’t determine the winners of the Emmys, it definitely tells the media and the world what influencers think should win. Fizziology provided Lost Remote with details on which shows that were nominated were mentioned the most on Twitter in the aftermath of the announcement. Here’s the analysis and details.

  • It’s interesting how Orange is the New Black Dwarfed other more traditional comedies in the category in terms of social volume – especially since it’s more of a “dramedy.”
  • In fact, 17% of the conversation came from people saying it’s not a comedy or asking how it fits into the category.
  • It’s also interesting to note that the dramas have overall much higher social volume numbers – indicative of their wildly vocal fanbases.

Here’s the rankings for the Comedy and Drama categories:

DRAMA - Number of total Twitter mentions since this morning’s announcement

1. Game of Thrones – 58,644 (doesn’t hurt that it received the most nominations)

2. Breaking Bad – 19,130

3. House of Cards – 18,239

4. True Detective – 15,942

5. Mad Men – 7,240

6. Downton Abbey – 6,696

 

The shows with the highest percentage of fans saying they want/hope it wins are: 

1. House of Cards – 8% of the total conversation came from fans saying they want it to win the category

2. Mad Men – 4% of the total conversation

3. True Detective – 4% of the total conversation

 

COMEDY - Number of total Twitter mentions since this morning’s announcement

1. Orange Is the New Black – 56,997

2. Modern Family – 6,585

3. The Big Bang Theory – 5,052

4. Veep – 4,059

5. Silicon Valley – 2,536

6. Louie – 1,128

 

The shows with the highest percentage of fans saying they want/hope it wins are: 

1. Modern Family – 6% of the total conversation came from fans saying they want it to win the category

2. Veep – 4% of the total conversation

3. Orange Is the New Black – 4% of the total conversation

 

Here’s a breakdown by provider in the Best Comedy Series/Best Drama Series categories: 

 

1. Netflix Nominees: 37,618 average mentions per show; 75,236 total mentions

2. Premium (HBO) Nominees: 20,295 average mentions per show; 81,181 total mentions

3. Cable Nominees: 9,166 average mentions per show; 27,498 total mentions

4. Network Nominees: 6,111 average mentions per show; 18,333 total mentions

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