The Most Followed Accounts on Twitter
By Joshua BoydSep 21
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The React TL;DR: Orange is the New Black looks set to beat the astonishing social impact of Pretty Little Liars.
Two of the biggest series shows have received new seasons in the past two weeks.
Last week, the first episode of teen spooky mystery Pretty Little Liars‘ sixth season reached viewers around the world via ABC and Netflix. Prison comedy-drama Orange is the New Black has dropped its entire third season six hours early, after keeping fans waiting over a year.
People have been tweeting about Orange is the New Black and, more importantly, exactly how and where they’re going to watch it. If you’re wondering how it compared with the last weeks’ Pretty Little Liars launch, use our interactive chart below:
With that in mind, here’s a few of the people canceling their important arrangements for even more important arrangements:
Yep I’m going to binge watch Orange is the new black for the rest of the day… No social life for me
— Will Hornsby (@willhornsbyy) June 12, 2015
Calling out of work to binge watch Orange is the New Black is only logical
— Danielle Mesce (@DanielleMesce) June 12, 2015
However, the network-and-Netflix launch of Pretty Little Liars made a significant impact, too. It’s too early to tell if OITNB will beat it. Let’s take a look at those stats.
Both being led by strong mainly-female ensemble casts, the social media following is also majority women. Pretty Little Liars – which features far more men than inside Litchfield Penitentiary – has a much greater female fanbase. It’s almost 80%.
Want to know where to find more interactive social stories? This week, we’ve:
Combining high-quality mobile survey technology, a robust polling methodology, and expert data analysis, our bulletins will be essential reading to get the pulse of the nation.