Twitter: online buzz of U.S. TV specials 2016-2017

This statistic shows leading U.S. television specials on Twitter ranked by average unique audience during the 2016-2017 television season, sorted by the number of Twitter interactions. The 59th Grammy Awards were ranked first with an online buzz volume of 7.42 million tweets during the telecast.

Most popular television specials during the 2016/2017 season, sorted by number of Twitter interactions

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Release date

June 2017


United States

Survey time period

September 18, 2016 to May 24, 2017

Supplementary notes

The graph shows leading television specials on Twitter ranked by average unique audience, sorted by the number of average tweets.
The source measures tweets in the United States from three hours before, during and three hours after airing, local time. Data includes new/live airings on Broadcast and National Cable Networks only. Specials exclude political programming.

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