Ranking of the 10 series that monopolize the conversation on Twitter to watch tonight
Twitter has become one of the most used platforms by Internet users in recent years for various reasons such as the ease of creating communities, the publication of messages in real time and because the most talked about topics of the moment can be located through the site, so it also is a meter of how much impact they have certain titles of series and movies.
With more than 300 million users, more than 65 million tweets are generated per day and 800,000 search requests are made, so appearing in the trend box on Twitter guarantees notoriety -for better or worse- and, in the case of entertainment, that more people show interest in reproducing a certain production.
Although in the new digital age it could be easy to get lost among so many news, the trends of Twitter —which will always be characterized by the use of famous hashtags— can be a guide to which titles are in style and must-sees.
These are the most mentioned series on Twitter this day:
1. The King’s Avatar: For the Glory
Prequel film to Quan Zhi Gao Shou (The King’s Avatar), dealing with Ye Xiu’s entry into the world of professional Glory gaming and the first tournament in the Pro League series.
2.The Last of Us
Twenty years after a pandemic wiped out almost the entire world population, cities have been abandoned and nature has taken their place. The infected humans have turned into horrifying monsters that roam uncontrollably and the survivors kill each other for food and protection. Joel, whose personal circumstances have made him a violent survivor, is hired to get Ellie, a fourteen-year-old girl who is humanity’s only hope, out of a military quarantine zone. This simple task will turn into a brutal journey across the United States.
3. Shadow and bone
Sinister forces conspire against a young soldier who discovers a magical power capable of uniting her country. Based on the Grisha universe novels by Leigh Bardugo.
4. The Warrior Nun
A young orphan girl wakes up in a morgue to discover that a secret sect of demon-hunting nuns has given her superpowers. She is the chosen one: the bearer of the halo.
In the lawless period following the collapse of the Galactic Empire, an armored bounty hunter known only as The Mandalorian undertakes a well-paid yet enigmatic mission.
Clary Fray will never return to her normal life as a teenager: she has discovered that she belongs to a race of demon hunters and that she has angel blood.
South Park is an American animated television series, created by Trey Parker and Matt Stone for the Comedy Central channel. It is aimed at an adult audience and is characterized by satirizing American society, current affairs and culture with black humor through the stories and surreal situations that happen to its protagonists, four children (Stan, Kyle, Cartman and Kenny) living in a town fictional Colorado called South Park.
A reflection on adolescence through a group of high school students who have to deal with recurring issues of their age, such as drugs, sex and violence.
9. Star Trek: Picard
Series set 18 years after Jean-Luc Picard’s last appearance in “Star Trek: Nemesis” and finds the character deeply affected by the destruction of Romulus as depicted in the movie “Star Trek” (2009).
10. Passenger friends
Marcus and Emily make friends at a resort in Mexico with Ron and Kyla, a couple of crazy party animals. There they decide to enjoy the moment, letting themselves go during a week full of lack of inhibition and debauchery with their new “passenger friends”. Months after the affair, Marcus and Emily are horrified to see Ron and Kyla turn up uninvited at their wedding.
Although Twitter has been called SMS from the internet for its messages that allow a maximum of 280 characters (originally 140 characters), this is not the only thing to which the success of the blue bird network is attributed, but also the trends (trends).
It was in 2008 when the platform launched this tool and company co-founder Jack Dorsey described it as the “morning information evolution”because although before a person was aware of the most important news by reading the newspapers or watching the morning news, now the trends blog gave Twitter users a glimpse of what was considered important at a given time.
With that first glance, the path that allowed them to “explore” a certain topic of interest was formed, not only seeing the opinions of others, but also participating in the conversation.
At present it is possible to see the trends or trending topics at a national and global level.
According to the Twitter page, trends are determined by an algorithm And by default, they’re personalized based on the accounts you follow, your interests, and your location. This algorithm identifies topics that are popular at any given time, rather than those that have been popular for a while or on a daily basis, to help you discover the most recent ones being discussed.
Trending topics have also become an amplifier of citizen complaints in the world, such as the #MeToo or #BlackLivesMatter movements.
With the appearance of various streaming platforms now the number of new series and movies to enjoy each week is greater and among that accumulation there are some titles that They stand out more than othersmonopolizing the conversations among Internet users.
According to the list of “The year in searches”, the annual summary prepared by Google for 2022, the most talked about and searched movie of the year was Thor: Love and Thunderfrom the Marvel universe and starring Chris Hemsworth and Natalie Portman.
Second on the list is Black Adam, the action and adventure film that managed to unite Dwayne Johnson, Henry Cavill; on the third rung was the production in which Tom Cruise participated, Top Gun: Maverickfollowed by Robert Pattinson’s Batman and the animated film Charm.
The last five positions were Brahmastra: Part One-Shiva, Jurassic World Dominion, KGF: Chapter 2; Uncharted and Morbius.
Regarding the seriesthe two most searched titles of the year were HBO productions Euphoriafollowed by House of the Dragon; The Disney Plus series, Moon Night, was positioned on the third rung.
In fourth place was the Netflix series, The Watcher, followed by Inventing Anna; in sixth place was the Dahmer series; followed by The Boys.
In eighth place the apocalyptic series from South Korea, All of Us Are Dead; The Boys stayed on the ninth step; and finally, in position number 10 was the successful adaptation of the book for adolescents heartstopper.