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Nielsen Social Ratings: February 13 – February 19

After a holiday weekend, Nielsen Social Ratings are out.

The Walking Dead, after a long absence from the top of the rankings, has reclaimed the number one spot with eight-hundred thousand interactions. WWE Monday Night RAW took the number two spot.

Shondaland’s TGIT line-up all made it to the top 10 this week, Scandal taking the number five spot, Grey’s Anatomy at number nine, and How To Get Away with Murder rounding out the top 10.

Elsewhere on this week’s ratings, Supernatural scored a spot, landing at number seven.

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.”

Check out the full rankings below.

NETWORK / PROGRAM DATE UNIQUES
(000)
INTERACTIONS
(000)
1 AMC
The Walking Dead
2/19/17
549
883

2 USA NETWORK
WWE Monday Night RAW
2/13/17
228
458

3 ABC
The Bachelor
2/13/17
259
432

4 NBC
This is Us
2/14/17
276
372

5 ABC
Scandal
2/16/17
155
270

6 USA NETWORK
WWE SmackDown!
2/14/17
86
172

7 THE CW
Supernatural
2/16/17
90
168

8 BRAVO
The Real Housewives of Atlanta
2/19/17
68
150

9 ABC
Grey’s Anatomy
2/16/17
92
145

10 ABC
How to Get Away With Murder
2/16/17
53
123

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