Glee, Raising Hope, Family Guy, Downton Abbey, Law & Order: SVU, Grimm, Scandal, The Walking Dead, The Big Bang Theory, Sons of Anarchy, Breaking Bad, Chicago Fire and Downton Abbey–all of these programs have one thing in common.
Part of their popularity has been fueled by social media. While these shows have risen in peoples’ minds because of Facebook, Twitter and Instagram, they have earned their popularity.
However, it was their strong writing, story lines and acting that led viewers to begin discussing them on Facebook and Twitter. Now devoted fans discuss the most recent episode: “Can you believe what happened to Nick on Grimm last night?” Some of these shows are newer and still finding their individual niches while others, such as Law & Order: SVU have been in the public consciousness for several years. Breaking Bad dominated Facebook feeds and status updates when it ended its run. All of this has television studios, producers, actors and directors wondering–”What’s going to happen with my show?”
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Arthur is a pharmacist and movie enthusiast. During his free time Arhur enjoys spending time with his two daughters and loves teaching them about the art of film.