Nielsen Social Content Ratings, Week of Feb. 11: Hey Now, You’re an All-Star

The NBA’s best players drew 10.822 million interactions across Facebook, Twitter and Instagram

The NBA dominated the sports chart
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The 2019 National Basketball Association All-Star Game on TBS and TNT ran a fast break to the top of the Nielsen Social Content Ratings for the week of Feb. 11.

The basketball showcase totaled 10.822 million interactions across Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

The NBA dominated the sports chart, with TNT’s coverage of 2019 NBA All-Star Saturday Night placing second, tallying 6.74 million interactions across the three social networks, and five of the league’s regular-season games finishing in the top 10.

The 2019 Daytona 500 on Fox and Fox Deportes roared to a third-place finish with 1.094 million interactions across Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

USA Network’s WWE Monday Night Raw led TV series and specials with 1.496 million interactions across the three social networks.

It was followed by America’s Got Talent on NBC (1.167 million) and CBS’ The Late Late Show With James Corden (855,000).

Terry Crews from America’s Got Talent topped the talent list, tallying 309,000 owned engagements across Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

He was followed by Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson from NBC’s The Titan Games (204,000) and Sean Hannity from Fox News Channel’s Hannity (167,000).

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