Pretty Little Liars
Last week brought us a delicious television buffet teeming with shows that catered to practically everyone.
From four friends fighting an unknown foe threatening to expose their darkest secrets, to three 40-something besties who got their groove back on. We scoured the social pages of Pretty Little Liars, Hot in Cleveland, Devious Maids, Community, Hannibal, Sense8, and The Whispers to see which show triumphed in getting the most likes, comments, shares, favorites, tweets, and retweets.
- Charles’s sinister mind games on the season premiere of Pretty Little Liars
- Joy and Bob's Paris wedding plans derailed by potential baby plans on the season finale of Hot in Cleveland
- A familiar couple returning to Beverly Hills with their new, mysterious daughter on the season premiere Devious Maids
- Abed asking everyone to imagine pitching a TV show about what they would do next season on the finale of Community
- Hannibal relocating to Italy to establish a new life after carnage at Lecter’s home on the season premiere of Hannibal
- A group of people learning they're linked mentally and must find a way to survive being hunted, in the Netflix release of the Wachowskis’ Sense8
- FBI child specialist Claire Bennigan peeking into John’s colorful past on the series premiere of The Whispers
The ladies of Pretty Little Liars certainly coaxed their fans to their social media dollhouse, topping the social charts on both Facebook and Twitter last week among the shows analyzed. With 536.2K likes, comments, shares, tweets, and retweets, the show was able to achieve a staggering 66.3% market share. The silver medal goes to Hannibal, whose audience was clearly hungry for content, generating 182.7K engagements for a 22.6% market share.
Although the deadly divas of Pretty Little Liars on Facebook and Twitter had the highest number of total engagements, when we look at how those engagements spread out across their total audience, a different story arises. The most active audience prize goes to Netflix newcomer Sense8 this week, which accumulated 579.0 total engagements per 1K users—the highest on both Twitter and Facebook.
As runner up, Hannibal’s fans and followers certainly had the rest of the shows eating their hearts out, achieving 296.0 engagements per 1K users.
Pretty Little Liars
Hot in Cleveland