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Will FOX cancel Terra Nova?

By now you’ve probably seen one of our posts about this season’s new fall TV shows. For a few weeks, we’ve been using TweetReach to track tweets about all 25 new shows (we’re down to 22 now), and using the tweets to try to predict which ones will be canceled. And we thought it would beMore

New fall TV shows – which ones won’t last?

At TweetReach, we’ve tracked a lot of tweets about television, from special events like the Oscars, the Golden Globes and the Super Bowl, to regular weekly episodes of many of your favorite shows. That’s because we (and our customers) know that Twitter can tell us a lot about what an audience thinks about a show, from howMore

Extreme tweets: How ESPN’s X Games social strategy paid off

We worked with ESPN to measure Twitter’s reaction to this year’s X Games 17, held in Los Angeles, California from July 28-31, 2011. Hundreds of athletes from 17 countries competed in sports like skateboarding, motocross, BMX and rally car racing. And over the four days of the X Games, 97,200 people tweeted 188,813 times, generatingMore

The season finale of Game of Thrones in tweets

Here at TweetReach, we’re big fans of the Games of Thrones franchise – the books and the HBO television show. So thought it would be fun to take a look at tweets about last night’s season finale. Here’s a word cloud made from tweets about the show, courtesy of Wordle (click on the picture forMore

The final episode of The Oprah Show in tweets, both sad and sarcastic

Yesterday, we tracked 253,321 tweets from 160,458 Twitterers about Oprah Winfrey’s final episode of The Oprah Show. The tweets have been pouring in all week. We, along with Resource Interactive, have monitored more than 600,000 tweets about Oprah and her show this week alone. Dozens of celebrities tweeted their congratulations and opinions on Oprah’s lastMore

Tweeting goodbye to Michael Scott on The Office

Yesterday marked Steve Carell’s last episode portraying Michael Scott on The Office. Preliminary Nielsen ratings show last night’s episode of The Office earned a 4.1 rating and garnered more than 8 million viewers, making it one of the most-watched episodes of the season. We tracked nearly 40,000 tweets about The Office and Michael Scott yesterday.More

Already missing Steve Carell: Tracking tweets about The Office

With Steve Carell’s final episode of The Office coming up later this week, we’ve been tracking tweets about the show to see what people are saying about Carell’s departure and the show’s future. (In case you haven’t noticed, we really love what Twitter can tell us about how people watch television and what they thinkMore