If success could be measured by hashtags and retweets… wait, it is, so congratulations, Chris Harrison and company! Entertainment Weekly put together a list of the Top 10 “most talked-about” series on Twitter, and The Bachelor made the prestigious list at number 4, thanks to the many Tweetastic moments that occurred during Juan Pablo Galavis’s Season 18.
There were so many insane things that happened during those two very long months, though calculations for the honor were done from September 1, 2013 to May 25, 2014. Though it’s unclear if The Bachelorette was looped into the calculations, those dates do include Andi Dorfman’s Season 10 Premiere.
The other shows that made the list were rather awesome, actually, so it’s cool that ABC’s rose-huffing show made the list, and at such a high spot on it. Making it especially awesome, The Bachelor was only on during a couple months of that time period, while others above it had longer tenure. Plus, the number one show, Breaking Bad, landed its spot thanks to the series finale, which reached 9.1 million people on Twitter.
Also on the list above C.Harr and Co. was The Walking Dead and Pretty Little Liars. See what we mean about prestigious? The list was rounded out with Game of Thrones, Teen Wolf (huh?!), American Horror Story: Coven, Scandal, The Voice, and Dancing With the Stars.
We’re honestly most shocked that The Bachelor beat out such an interactive show as The Voice, particularly considering the NBC Monday night rival squarely beats The Bachelor in the ratings war, week after week.
What do you think of the Twitterific list? Are you surprised The Bachelor made the list?
Source: Entertainment Weekly