Got a conspiracy theory about
You're certainly not alone. It has been a couple weeks now since the broadcast networks began to unveil their big new series for fall. Observers can look to Nielsen numbers to see what shows are getting the most viewership, but finding out how well those shows are received among those viewers can be trickier.
The social media research firm Fizziology pulled data from
"S.H.I.E.L.D.," which debuted last month on
"S.H.I.E.L.D." -- an offshoot of the "Avengers" movie from Joss Whedon -- tapped into an already large and avid fan base, and it looks like people were generally satisfied with the first episode, garnering 84% positive comments while only 1% of the mentions were negative.
"Blacklist," which has been a strong ratings generator for
Also solid was "Brooklyn Nine-Nine," the cop comedy starring Andy Samberg of
Other shows didn't fare as well.
It should not come as a surprise that ABC's already-canceled "Lucky 7" got little attention on social media and only 57% of the mentions were positive.