Social Network Rankings: Grimm and Dracula Drop, Supernatural and Other CW Genre Shows Rise

By | November 6, 2013

After NBC’s Friday night supernatural shows piqued the interest of GetGlue followers with their debuts two weeks ago, both shows dropped notably in their second week based on that site’s tracking of people checking in on them.  Grimm dropped from the Number 1 to the Number 7 slot and Dracula dropped from Number 4 to Number 6.  Meanwhile, all of the CW shows that have being doing well on that chart rose this past week (despite drops in their Nielsen numbers) as Supernatural took the top slot followed by Vampire Diaries (#2), Arrow (#4), and The Originals (#5).  ABC’s Once Upon A Time rounded out the Top 5 while Agents of SHIELD dropped out of the Top 10, though it was  repeat last week.   The Walking Dead and American Horror Story held onto the top 2 slots of GetGlue’s cable chart and those two were once again the only genre shows for the week in Nieslens Twitter Ratings.  So do these numbers impact network decision making when it comes to renewing or cancelling a show?  I discuss that in more detail at this link.

October 28-November 3
GetGlue Broadcast Nets
Series Network Rerun Rank Prior Rank Move -ment
Supernatural NBC N 1 2 Up
Vampire Diaries CW N 2 5 Up
Once Upon A Time ABC N 3 3 Same
Arrow NBC N 4 7 Up
The Originals CW N 5 10 Up
Dracula ABC N 6 4 Down
Grimm CW N 7 1 Down
GetGlue Cable
Series Network Rerun Rank Prior Rank Move -ment
The Walkind Dead AMC N 1 1 Same
American Horror Story FX N 2 2 Same
Orpan Black BBCA Y 6 Up
The Witches of East End LIFE N 7 8 Up
Nielsen Twitter Rankings
Series Network Rerun Rank Prior Rank Move -ment
The Walking Dead AMC N 1 2 Up
American Horror Story FX N 5 4 Down

See the full GetGlue Top 10 Charts at this link

See the full Nielsen Twitter Rankings as this link

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