Forbrydelsen (“The killing”): Popular TV series has significant effects on internet-activity (Digital view, week 39, 2009)

In this weeks issue of Digital view: Life on the Danish internet focuses on the effect of popular TV-series on internetactivity, examining the first episode of the Danish TV serie “Forbrydelsen” (“The killing”) second season.

The study finds a decrease of 13,5 percent in internetactivity in the hour while the episode was broadcastet, with large variations from site to site.

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Forbrydelsen (“The killing”): Popular TV series has significant effects on internet-activity

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Comments

  1. I’ve just finished watching the final episode
    of”forbrydelsen”and have to say that Brits
    and Americans have a lot to learn about crime series production!
    This series is in a class of it’s own.
    Trying to work out”whodunit”is quite impossible as the story is just about as convoluted as it’s possible to be.
    The heroine (Sara Lund)is so far removed from tele detectives as it’s possible to be.
    Thus setting her apart from the usual almost
    stereotypical police persons.
    I’m looking forward to the next series and was delighted that the French series Engrenages3 will commence next week.
    outstanding series)will be begin next week.