How the ‘Bizarro Trump’ and ‘Bizarre Trump’ Trends are Exploding on Twitter and Facebook
The trends in trending TV shows and movies are the latest in a series of increasingly bizarre, bizarre, and absurd trends on Twitter, Facebook, and other social media sites.
Here are five of the most bizarre trends on the social media site.
Trending TV Shows and Movies: Trending shows and films are trending in the same way as movies and TV shows, with each being seen by hundreds of thousands of people.
For example, last week, “The Martian” broke Twitter’s record for the most retweets in a single day, with more than 4 million tweets.
But it’s not all news.
The last episode of “The Flash” had nearly 3 million retweeters, while “Stranger Things” and “Star Wars: The Force Awakens” had more than 1 million and more than 500,000 respectively.
Trends on TV shows also reflect the popularity of the shows, which typically air at different times on different networks.
For example, the first season of “Modern Family” ran on ABC in 2013, while the latest episode airs on NBC in 2018.
“It’s a little confusing,” said Matt Miller, the senior vice president of digital at the Nielsen Company, which tracks the popularity and audience sizes of television shows.
“The Nielsen shows are going to have more of an impact on how the viewership is measured, but we can’t really measure them on a time scale that spans decades.”
In a new research report published in the journal Media Psychology, Miller and his colleagues examined the top 10 TV shows in terms of viewership and the top five TV shows by the top 20 TV shows.
They found that “Bizaro Trump” was the most popular TV show on Twitter by far, followed by “Bizarre President Trump” and by “Strangers with Candy” on Facebook.
The show has been trending on Facebook and Twitter for at least a week and is up by more than 100 percent since its premiere.
The top TV shows on Twitter are “The Mindy Project” and the “Bachelor in Paradise” spinoff, according to the report.
Miller said that the trend of the TV shows is a reaction to the “Trump era,” which has been seen as the worst in U.S. history.
“This is not a Trump phenomenon,” he said.
“It’s not a ‘Trump is a racist’ phenomenon.
It’s a Trump is a fascist phenomenon.”
For example: In September 2017, the “Hamilton” musical had its first season finale, which was delayed by the shooting of the first African American president in the United States.
It also had its most popular episode, which aired just days before Trump was inaugurated.
The show was not affected.
The Trump era also created new social media platforms, such as Twitter and Instagram, that were used by millions of people in the immediate aftermath of the shooting, Miller said.
Twitter users used hashtags like #POTUS, #MAGA, and #MAGAsUnite, which quickly spread to Facebook users.
“That was a great moment to make social media accessible to millions of users,” he added.
Trenders like “Bazooka,” “Mad Men,” and “Veep” have also found success on Twitter.
“Veeps” had its fifth season finale on Sunday, Sept. 24, and its fourth season finale is set to air in October.