‘Supernatural’ & ‘The Walking Dead’ Top GetGlue Chart For The Week Of November 4-November 10

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November 11th, 2013

supernatural-s08-e20-4 Supernatural was the top broadcast show on GetGlue, and The Walking Dead was the top cable show for the week of November 4-November 10. Remember: a show's social media popularity does not correlate to its renewal prospects and/or actual ratings.

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  • were123

    Can’t see the table

  • HeadlessHorseman

    There’s no table.

  • Jaime04

    I think you mean week of Oct 28 through Nov 3 – right?

  • HeadlessHorseman

    @Hayley
    This isn’t the ratings. This is a measurement of a show’s social media popularity. Look on the main page on the left hand column, you should see the ratings there.

  • Joe

    How is it, Supernatural is the most popular show on social media but ratings are so low? It has like 12 million facebook fans but only 2 million viewers.

  • Adrian

    @Joe
    fans from all over the world can like a show on Twitter or Facebook or whatever. Surely in a world populated by 6 billion people, 12 million can like Supernatural on Facebook

  • Cameron

    “Remember: a show’s social media popularity does not correlate to its renewal prospects and/or actual ratings.”

    If it doesn’t mean anything, why do they even count it????…

  • HeadlessHorseman

    @Hayley
    Sorry about that.

  • HeadlessHorseman

    Will there not be a table this week?

  • http://tvbythenumbers.com Robert Seidman

    thanks Hayley, not sure what happened but have added the table — it’s prettier though your plain text version is easier for my old eyes to read when the image is resized to work w/our design template.

  • Bella Bellini

    Glad to see Haven made the list :)

  • Wright

    Great for SPN and TWD!
    Still no Reign :(

  • Tessa

    @Joe

    Cult shows that have run for a long time cultivate massive online support that doesn’t necessarily translate into ratings. It doesn’t mean they have less viewers than higher rated shows, it means, to be precise: “They have less viewers in the US who watch the show live through traditional media outlets

  • Tessa

    So glad to see White Collar on the list.

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