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Na charge, Javier Colon tentando decolar após o The Voice da Globo
“THE X FACTOR SEASON 1 – KEY STATS
The X Factor is the #1 unscripted program overall this Fall and the #1 new unscripted show so far this season
*Averaging a 4.2/12 rating among Adults 18-49 and 12.4 million Total Viewers, The X Factor has given FOX a nightly win on the majority of the nights it has aired.
In fact, The X Factor lifted FOX’s average ratings on Wednesdays and Thursdays by +48% and +46% versus last fall.
The X Factor is an especially big new hit among Teens – it’s the #2 new series among Teens this season, second only to New Girl
Thanks to The X Factor, FOX is #1 on Thursday nights in the fall for the first time in the network’s history.
The X Factor is one of this season’s Top 5 new shows among ethnic minorities and is this season’s #1 show overall among African American adults age 18-49
Among Hispanic Adults 18-49, The X Factor-Wed and Thurs are the #2 and #3 top-rated new shows this season (behind only New Girl, which is #1)
With multiple hours of The X Factor on our air every week, FOX won the November Sweep among Adults 18-49.
SOCIAL MEDIA/ POP CULTURE IMPACT:
Trendrr’s Social TV chart consistently ranks The X Factor as the #1 TV Show With the Most Social Media Buzz
*Earlier this month The X Factor had an overall social media activity count of 1,567,835 – +41% higher than its buzz the previous week and +119% higher than the next most buzzed-about broadcast series.
In just a few short months, The X Factor artists performances have been viewed over a quarter of a billion times online via You Tube, Hulu, Roku & Verizon App and on the website
In fact, some of the finalists have drawn multiple millions of views on YouTube to their first auditions alone:
*Josh Krajcik: More than 4 million views
*Drew: More than 5 million views
*Melanie Amaro: More than 6 million views
*Chris Rene: Nearly 11 million views!
(By comparison, The Voice’s winner, Javier Colon, has drawn only about 700,000 views to his most popular video from the show on YouTube)”
Ou seja, a Globo vai produzir uma versão pátria do Javier Colon fadada a virar Kátia Reis da Sônia Abrão da Sela Ward do CSI: NY.
Vai transformar o The Voice num novo Fama, Popstars, cujos participantes são jogados no lixo (salvo uma ou outra exceção).
“By comparison”, A Voz da Globo vai quicar no galinheiro de tão irrelevante que é.
Tal qual o Mainardi e seus asseclas de Manhattan Connection (que tem nojo do ex-gari Chris René).
Tal qual a Maitê Proença e a Cissa Guimarães (que nunca escutaram uma performance da Rachel Crow ou da Drew ante os índos de Belo Monte – os quais nunca fizeram questão de visitar).
Tal qual a Galisteu (que deve estar escutando tarantella italiana abafando o noticiário acerca da vitória da Melanie Amaro na competição).
“We’ve seen an average of 25-30 trending terms on Twitter related to TXF on performance show nights – this is significantly more trending than you see with other TV shows.
*During last night’s results finale, we saw 58 trending topics related to The X Factor!
We saw more than 6000 tweets per minute re: The X Factor during performance shows.
Online voting grew by millions every week
Fun fact: When Simon Cowell joined Twitter (right before the 11/22 show started), he acquired more than 250,000 followers within 8 hours”.
Na foto acima, Jo Danville do A Tarde é Sua em 1995: produto cultural da era FHC, quando o Brasil agonizava junto ao FMI. Agora, Sela Ward paga o preço de ter feito parte da elite neo-liberal que destruiu o país