And you know what they say: see a Targaryen, pick it up, all day long you’ll have good lu– nope. Wrong adage. Definitely the wrong adage.
S8E5 of Game of Thrones went back to its roots and gave us carnage, devastation, Westeros asbestos, and a savage Mother’s Day present to Queen Cersei.
But mainly, “The Bells” gave us one mad, mad Targaryen queen. (If the Varys beach barbecue didn’t seal the deal, the mass murder of tens of thousands of innocent people certainly did…)
And to think, we all could have had a nice Mother’s Day evening in if Jon had just taken one for the realm and showed his Auntie some love. Ten years and 72 episodes later, and you STILL know nothing, Jon Snow…
Let’s unpack the heat from this ‘sode.
Happy Mother-Of-One-Dragon’s Day, Dany! I think Arya has a fun present coming your way next Sunday.
Now, let’s decompress 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, and the figures who are most loved (and loathed) across the globe.
Jon Snow vaults past his Auntie, while some people are predicting a “Return of The Night King” finale. I’d watch that.
It’s all about the Kweens this week – with Dany, Cersei, and Arya pulling in the most chatter.
Dany must have muted her notifications during her dragon joy ride and missed our millions of pleas to STOP the madness.
It’s no surprise that The Hound found himself on the most loved list this week. (Pour some out for my boy, Sandor.)
Dany is close to taking the Iron Hate Throne with a steady wave of hate heat coming in across the globe.
And of course, the memes that get us through these somber and trying times:
Arya Stark tomorrow morning pic.twitter.com/h5pOe0Rtnh
— Barstool Sports (@barstoolsports) May 13, 2019
— Frank Geremia (@FrankG7457) May 13, 2019
— JD Kalantar (@jdkalantar) May 13, 2019
— lady peake of manhattan (@thebitextual) May 13, 2019
— ali backscheider (@alibackscheider) May 13, 2019
— ziad (@ojziad) May 13, 2019
— emily padula (@emilypadula) May 13, 2019
Follow the Throne with us one last time after the series finale.
We wish your beloved characters good fortune in the final episode 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 12th, 2019 to 3 pm Eastern, May 13th, 2019.
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