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Nielsen Social Ratings: October 10 – October 16

Another week of fall television, another week of Nielsen Social Ratings. Away we go…

This week’s social content ratings saw Empire return to take its number one spot in a debate-less week. Lifetime takes the second spot this week with its made for TV movie, Surviving Compton: Dr. Dre, Suge & Michel’le. 

Supernatural‘s season premiere chatter on Facebook and Twitter earned it the number six spot with 154,000 Uniques and 282,000 interactions.  Both SmackDown and RAW made the top ten as well, coming in at number nine and number three respectively.

Check out the full ranking below.

As a refresher: the Content Ratings use the total number of social interactions across Facebook and Twitter to rank the top 10 series/specials and sporting events, separately. The chart includes uniques, which are “unique social media accounts that have authored original content related to a linear TV episode or engaged with that content,” and interactions, which are “original social media posts related to a linear TV episode and the engagement with that content.”

NETWORK / PROGRAM DATE UNIQUES
(000)
INTERACTIONS
(000)
1 FOX
Empire
10/12/16
393

700

2 LIFETIME
Surviving Compton: Dre, Suge & Michel’le
10/15/16
216

506

3 USA NETWORK
WWE Monday Night RAW
10/10/16
193

380

4 FX
American Horror Story: 6
10/12/16
196

359

5 NBC
The Voice
10/10/16
235

329

6 THE CW
Supernatural
10/13/16
154

282

7 NBC
This is Us
10/11/16
168

237

8 NBC
The Voice
10/11/16
156

212

9 USA NETWORK
WWE SmackDown!
10/11/16
82

174

10 ABC
Grey’s Anatomy
10/13/16
111
163

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Law student by day (and night), Brianna spends her time away from books, briefs, and outlines watching TV and writing about it at TwoCentsTV, TheTVAddict, and now here at FanFest. Superheroes and a crime-fighting zombie currently rule her DVR. All other nerdy musings 140 characters or fewer at @WhenWatchingTV