Category: TV Shows

The Year of Social, Dangerously

By: Tania Yuki, Shareablee Founder & CEO October 8, 2018 It’s been a weird year for social media to say the least. After the hangover of scandal after scandal, it might be tempting – and candidly easier – to keep hiding under a rock waiting for things to ‘get back to normal’, or to ‘wait […]

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The 10 TV shows people are talking about the most right now

Summer is usually a slow time for television, but that’s changed over the years. In the age of peak TV, there’s always something good to watch. And this summer is jam-packed with great shows people can’t stop talking about. To find out which summer shows have most captured fans’ attention, Business Insider teamed up with Shareablee, […]

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Teen-Wolf Doubles its Social Engagement for New York Comic-Con Weekend

New York Comic-Con is kicking off this weekend and once again, everyone with an inner geek in them are putting the finishing touches on their travel plans and costumes to attend the 2nd largest geek culture event of the year. Shareablee has kept a close eye on geek pages on social since San Diego’s Comic-Con […]

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Orange is the New Black and Pretty Little Liars top the Video Power Index: Top U.S. Streaming and Primetime TV Shows

Yesterday, Cynopsis Media published our Shareablee Video Power Index for the top 10 U.S. TV Primetime TV Shows and Streaming Shows for the week of May 8th, 2017. With video content dominating more than 70% of consumer engagement  in TV, Shareablee has put together a new way of valuing the influence and impact of video content  on social […]

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ESPN, Food Network and AMC top Shareablee Video Power Index

As a follow up to the launch of the Shareablee PowerRankings™ and U.S. Media 100 Index™earlier this week, in today’s Cynopsis Media newsletter, Cynopsis published our Shareablee Video Power Index for Top U.S. TV Networks in Q1 2017 and Top U.S. TV Shows April 12-23, 2017. With video content dominating more than 70% of consumer engagement  in […]

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The Value of Social Media in Upfront Season

By Marc Berman Six weeks into upfront season and there is no shortage of broadcasters hawking their new and returning programming initiatives. Through May 18th (when The CW and NBC Universal Cable step to the stage), dozens of outlets – cable now, then digital and broadcast – present their plans to prospective advertisers, media buyers […]

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Positive Return Socially for Fox Drama Empire

By Marc Berman In return news, Part 2 of the third season of Fox’s Empire finished fourth overall in total social actions based on the rankings for the week of March 20, according to leading social media measurement platform Shareablee, Inc. Empire had 1.6 million total actions, with 150 posts (and 36% of which was […]

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Top TV Shows on Social based on Total Actions in January 2017: The Social Importance of Pretty Little Liars

By Marc Berman SportsCenter on ESPN topped the month of January 2017 among all TV shows, with over 87M Total Actions across Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter. Comparably, that was more than triple the No. 2 occupant on cable, Freeform’s Pretty Little Liars, which at just over 25M total actions is particularly impressive because this social […]

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Top TV Shows on Social in 2016

By Alla Byrne TV and social go together like peanut butter and jelly, so it’s no big surprise that television show fans continued their strong engagement on social media in 2016. Here’s Shareablee’s list of the Top 10 most engaged social programs of 2016 based on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. Did your favorite make the […]

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The Top Ten Social TV Networks in June 2016

The ranking, which includes all television shows and the main network brand accounts, reflects a total of nearly 600 million social actions across Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and Tumblr. Engagement for TV networks increased 5.5 percent compared to May. Engagement from video content grew 13 percent month-over-month and represents 31 percent of the total social actions […]

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