10 Facebook’s Most Popular TV Series & Shows

Facebook has once again surprised its users. However, it has nothing to do with updates this time. The largest social network in the world has made its own list of the most discussed TV novelties of this season, judging by the interests of its users.

The ranking was made with the help of the new program that measures user activity and was presented by the network last month. The service keeps track of correspondence, comments, statuses, and “likes” left by the users on the public pages of Facebook, including the official profiles of celebrities and brands.

The series based on the Marvel’s Agents of SHIELD comic book happened to be the most talked about new TV series. In a matter of 48 hours after the premiere of the first episode, the show gathered more than a million responses on Facebook (including comments, posts and “likes”). 717,690 users took part in discussing the premiere of the show.

Here is the top ten list of the most talked about new TV shows of the season.

1. Marvel’s Agents of SHIELD


This American television series is based on the eponymous comic book by the Marvel company. The project, created by Joss Whedon, tells the story of a fictional organization that fights crime and collaborates with superheroes.

2. Sleepy Hollow


The mystical adventure television series is based on the short story “The Legend of the Sleepy Hollow” by Washington Irving.

3. The Crazy Ones


The comedy series tells about the relationship between father and daughter, who work in the advertising industry. The project was created by David E. Kelley, and the main male role in it was played by Robin Williams.

4. The Blacklist


The plot of this crime series is centered on an FBI agent. The cast includes James Spader and Megan Boone.

5. Michael J. Fox Show


This is another comedy series. The NBC channel has found the project with Michael J. Fox in the lead role so promising that it ordered 22 episodes of the new show at once.

6. The Goldbergs


The main characters of the series are the Goldberg family, living in America in the 1980-s. The show was launched on the ABC channel at the end of last month.

7. Brooklyn Nine-Nine


This comedy series runs about a detective, who does not take anything seriously. However, everything changes when he gets a new boss, who wants his subordinate to grow professionally and pay due respect to his office.

8. Hello Ladies

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Life in modern Los Angeles is not static, and the bustling metropolis still offers some place for love. The main characters of the series are struggling to find their happiness.

9. Masterchef Jr.


A cooking show, which is already the favorite TV program of many Americans.

10. Back in the Game


The television series, created by Mark Cullen and Robb Cullen, tells about the life story of a former softball player: her career collapsed after the birth of her child and a divorce from her husband.

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