Check out the week’s most emotionally reacted-to TV personalities and characters
An eliminated houseguest, a “Bachelorette” contestant and a Black Badge Division agent had viewers talking passionately on social media over the past seven days.
The Wrap has partnered with Canvs, the emotion measurement AI company, for a weekly look at some of the characters and personalities that have TV viewers the most worked up on social media. The data below covers July 25-31 and is drawn from the most emotionally reacted-to television programs, including broadcast, cable, streaming and PPV.
An episode of “Big Brother” on CBS generated 19,696 Emotional Reactions (ERs), with Kaitlyn Herman being the contestant who drove the most emotional conversation. She was evicted in a 9-1 vote, but was offered the chance to win back her place at the house if she could complete a life-size puzzle in a certain time limit (she did not build it correctly and was officially evicted). For the most part, people were happy to see her go, with some even laughing at her failed attempt at re-entry.
I'm sick of kaitlyn and big brother period. They make the dumbest decision on who to evict. However I hope kaitlyn goes home. #bb20
— Miss Moni (@Monireffic) July 27, 2018
if kaitlyn doesn’t go home tonight i swearrrrrrr i cannot stand her voice, her crying, and her sperm eyebrows anymore #BB20
— Brooke (@justawishbrooke) July 27, 2018
Honestly, I don't want Kaitlyn back. While she is a hot mess and causes lots of drama,
I'm over her being the center of every storyline.
I can't take any more baby talk on the feeds.
AND if one of my faves wins HOH I don't want them to have to waste it on re-evicting her #bb20 pic.twitter.com/FtaGnplKDL
— Michelle (@MO_ZPP) July 26, 2018
Oh Kaitlyn… I don’t even have words to say what just happened. What a perfect end to your reign in the BB house. That was glorious! #BB20
— Faith (@Faithable) July 27, 2018
During the “Men Tell All” episode of “The Bachelorette” on ABC (17,262 ERs), a spotlight was shone on the 17 eliminated contestants, and one in particular stood out to fans: Jason Tartick. Viewers gushed over his looks, personality and insights, with many stating that he should be the next Bachelor. (The season finale of “The Bachelorette” airs next week.)
— Danielle (@smiledani) July 31, 2018
Jason is a gem and should def be the bachelor. He’s perfection and seems like a nice decent guy. Unlike Colton.
— Brandy Sims (@BrandySims1) July 31, 2018
If Jason isn’t the Bachelor I am never watching this show again!! And by not watching it again I mean I will watch it but with agony #MenTellAll
— Kellen Wittman ???? (@Kansas_28) July 31, 2018
Why Jason should be the next Bachelor
1) He’s beautiful
2) He’s respectful
3) He’s a great kisser
4) He’s secretly Jack Pearson
5) You need no more reasons, he needs to be the next bachelor…#TheBachelerotte #MenTellAll pic.twitter.com/hEg7ExtOJ8
— Mariah Terry (@mariahterryy) July 31, 2018
Fans of Syfy’s “Wynonna Earp” got a heartbreaking shock during the most recent episode that prompted 15,380 ERs when (spoiler alert!) Black Badge Division agent Xavier Dolls (portrayed by Shamier Anderson) was killed. As one of the first major character deaths in the show, it naturally sparked lots of emotional conversation. People expressed sadness and gratitude to Xavier/Shamier for being on the show.
— cαяσl ???????? (@carolSL30) July 28, 2018
— Jackie Earper4Life (@RositaCheetah) July 28, 2018
— Kenzie Pamela Malikov (@Ibluskye) July 28, 2018
— GeekyGirlForever (@scifichick25) July 28, 2018