Post-TV episode broadcast conversation curve on Tumblr and Twitter 2014

This statistic presents the average shape of TV conversation curve on Tumblr and Twitter after episode broadcasts as of early 2014. During the survey period, it was found that 2 days after airing, selected TV shows generated an average of 26,500 mentions per hour on Tumblr.

Average shape of TV conversation curve on Tumblr and Twitter following episode broadcast as of January 2014

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Source

Release date

April 2014

Region

Worldwide

Survey time period

January and February 2014

Supplementary notes

Data is based on keywords and hashtags in online mentions of five popular TV shows across Twitter and Tumblr. The shows were Sherlock, Supernatural, Pretty Little Liars and Malcolm in the Middle.
The source does not provide exact data regarding Twitter conversation one hour after episode airing but indicates that conversation drops rapidly after the initial broadcast.

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