Marriage proposal fails, “Never Have I Ever” drinking games, a Starbucks giant’s-milk latte, moody staredowns, the WORST dragon Waze directions ever.
This is only a fraction of what went down in S8E4 “The Last of the Starks”.
DB & David, you have scrambled my brain and emotions up once again.
But I will not pull a Sansa Stark and “rest and recuperate” my thoughts before The Last War.
We have one dragon and two episodes left.
Shall we begin?
Now, let’s marinate on all of that with some Sprinklr data.
As always, we’re sharing our findings on which characters drew the loudest social media conversations, the moments that almost broke the internet, the figures who are most loved (and loathed) across the globe, and the conspiracy theories around that ominous Starbucks cup (what could it mean!??!).
The Mad Queen has arisen, and the likelihood of her taking the throne has decreased…
Cersei’s crazy-evil ways have people talking.
The heartbreak is real.
Starbucks ad placement or mistake? DB & David – please spill the latte and let us know.
Bye, Jaime. Have fun getting killed by your sister-girlfriend!
Dany is getting some hate heat.
And of course, the memes. The glorious, glorious memes.
— Jennifer Ross (@JennyFefs) May 6, 2019
— My Burner Account (@FreshDamier) May 6, 2019
— Yahya Ahmad (@Yahyaaaaa01) May 6, 2019
— Ethan (@EthanSillett1) May 6, 2019
What are your favorite reaction gifs/memes? Send us your top selections @Sprinklr with the hashtag #GoTSprinklr. (Let’s try to keep it PG-13, folks)
Follow the Throne with us all season long – new data recaps after every episode.
We wish your beloved characters good fortune in The Last War to come.
We leveraged Sprinklr Research to analyze real-time data from 25+ social channels and 350 Million web sources.
We aggregated all messages containing (“game of thrones” OR “#gameofthrones” OR “#got” OR #forthethrone OR “#gots8” OR “#gameofthronesseason8” OR “@gameofthrones”). We then applied an additional keyword search to analyze any mentions of the season eight characters and house names. These additional keywords are called “Sprinklr Themes” – allowing you to slice and dice your listening topic mentions, turning unstructured data into structured data.
We organized all of this “big data” by three different charts – the character with the most mentions plus #forthethrone, most mentioned character overall, and most loved/loathed character. This blog post also contains visuals that were powered by our Sprinklr Display product.
All data was gathered from 12 am Eastern, May 5th, 2019 to 3 pm Eastern, May 6th, 2019.
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