No, Squid Game is not the most tweeted series of 2021 – News Series on TV

Chaïma Tounsi-Chaïbdraa

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She had been impatiently awaiting the arrival of Netflix and had signed up within the hour to devour the first season of Daredevil. Since then, she closely follows what comes out every week on the platform to have binge-watching evenings and advise you on the best streaming outputs.

Twitter has unveiled its top most discussed topics on the social network in 2021. And surprise! The series / TV shows category is not dominated by Squid Game, a big Netflix success in recent months.

After the most searched Google keywords, it’s Twitter’s turn to reveal the trends for 2021, through the top 10 by theme, to find here. The social network has mixed in the same category the TV series and the shows that have been the most discussed in recent months.

Not surprisingly, we find the big Netflix success of the year, Squid Game, but also the first Marvel production of Disney + WandaVision. It must be said that the fans met every Friday to talk about theories and spoilers. The surprise comes especially from the manga Jujutsu Kaisen, which takes second place in the ranking, just behind a program.

The top world

1. Big Brother Brazil (émission)

2. Jujutsu Kaisen

3. Squid Game

4. Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba

5. WandaVision

6. Farm 13 (émission)

7. Tokyo Revengers

8. BTS : In the Soop  (émission)

9. Sen Cal Kapimi

10. Pui Pui Molcar

Le top US

The top US is also interesting to discover since across the country, it is Squid Game which trusts the first place. We find some nice surprises in this ranking with the pretty place of Game of Thrones which continues to speak even if it ended on HBO in 2019. The presence of Loki, another Marvel series from Disney +, confirms that the conglomerate’s strategy American in 2021 was the right one …

1. Squid Game

2. WandaVision

3. Sesame Street

4. Saturday Night Live

5. Game of Thrones

6. Jeopardy!

7. Grey’s Anatomy

8. The Simpsons

9. Loki

10. The Walking Dead