What are the most mentioned series on X this day

What are the most mentioned series on X this day
What are the most mentioned series on X this day

These are the series that all the tweeters are talking about. (Infobae/Jovani Pérez)

X (formerly 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 through the site the most talked about topics of the moment can be located, so also It is a measure of how much impact They have certain series and movie titles.

With more than 300 million users, more than 65 million tweets are generated per day and 800 thousand search requests are made, so appearing in the trends 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 new features, the X trends—which will always be characterized by the use of celebrities hashtags— can be a guide to which titles are trendy and unmissable.

These are the most mentioned series on X in the last few hours:

1. The Bridgertons
Mentions: 14,691
Inspired by the best-selling novels, this series features the eight inseparable siblings of the powerful Bridgerton family and their attempts to find love.

2. The Boys
Mentions: 6,097
The series takes place in a world where superheroes represent the dark side of celebrity and fame. A group of vigilantes who call themselves “The Boys” decide to do everything possible to stop the superheroes who are harming society, regardless of the risks that this entails.

3. The House of the Dragon
Mentions: 1,165
Based on the book ‘Fire and Blood’ by George RR Martin. The series focuses on House Targaryen, three hundred years before the events seen in ‘Game of Thrones’.

4. Watchmen
Mentions: 823
United States, 1980s. The Cold War is at its peak and superheroes, who had previously been admired, are now persecuted by the law. One day one of them, “The Comedian”, who worked for the CIA, appears dead. His friend Rorschach, the only active masked hero, will undertake the investigation of his death, behind which something very important is hidden. Long-awaited adaptation of the comic by Alan Moore and Dave Gibbons (1986).

5. Passenger friends
Mentions: 315
Marcus and Emily make friends at a resort in Mexico with Ron and Kyla, a couple of crazy partygoers. There they decide to enjoy the moment, letting themselves go during a week full of disinhibition and debauchery with their new “passenger friends.” Months after the affair, Marcus and Emily are horrified to see Ron and Kyla show up uninvited to their wedding.

6. The Walking Dead
Mentions: 277
“The Walking Dead” is set in an apocalyptic future with the Earth devastated by the effect of a cataclysm, which has caused most of the planet’s inhabitants to mutate into zombies. The series explores the difficulties of the protagonists to survive in a world populated by horror, as well as the personal relationships established between them, sometimes also a threat to their survival.

7. Shadowhunters
Mentions: 262
Clary Fray will never return to her normal teenage life: she has discovered that she belongs to a race of demon hunters and that she has angel blood.

8. Supernatural
Mentions: 232
As children, Sam and Dean Winchester lost their mother to a mysterious, demonic supernatural force. Later, their father raised them to be soldiers. He taught them about the evil that lives in the dark corners and back roads of America… and he also taught them how to kill it. Now the Winchester brothers travel the country in their ’67 Chevy Impala, fighting every type of supernatural threat they encounter along the way.

9. The Warrior Nun
Mentions: 231
A young orphan wakes up in a morgue and discovers that a secret sect of demon-hunting nuns has given her superpowers. She is the chosen one: the bearer of the halo.

10. Titans
Mentions: 187
After striking out on his own, Batman’s former sidekick encounters a series of troubled young heroes in desperate need of a mentor.

Illustrative image of the Twitter logo, now known as X. (REUTERS)

Although X has been called the internet SMS 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 social network is attributed, but also the trends (trends).

It was in 2008 when the platform launched this tool and the company’s co-founder, Jack Dorsey, described it as the “evolution of morning information”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 X users a glimpse of what was considered important at a given time.

With that first glance, the path was formed that allowed one to “explore” a certain topic of interest, not only seeing the opinions of others, but also participating in the conversation.

Currently it is possible to see trends or trending topics at a national and global level.

According to X’s page, the trends are determined by an algorithm and, by default, they are personalized according to 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 latest ones being discussed.

Trending topics have also become an amplifier of citizen complaints in the world, such as the #MeToo or #BlackLivesMatter movements.

 
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