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This Is Us Had the Most Facebook and Twitter Activity of Any New Show This Fall

The premiere of This Is Us was as big of a hit on Facebook and Twitter as it was in the ratings. The NBC drama is the top-rated new show in the 18-49 demo this fall and was the first freshman series to receive a full-season order. It also topped all new fall series in Facebook and Twitter interactions on opening night, according to Nielsen social content ratings released this morning.
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