Fall TV Trendwatcher: Jersey Shore Is Most Searched-For Series Online

Entertainment Oct. 3, 2011 AT 11:28AM
Fall TV Trendwatcher: Jersey Shore Is Most Searched-For Series Online Credit: MTV

Now that's something worth fist-pumping about!

Bing.com has released new online search data ranking fall TV's most searched-for shows on the web, and MTV's Jersey Shore has earned top honors. Fox's Glee followed in second place, with 692 search queries for every 1,000 searches for Jersey Shore.

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Bing reports that the interest in Snooki, The Situation and co. rose 55 percent in August over July, no doubt due to the buzz surrounding the August 4 premiere of its Italy-set season.

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Interest in Bravo's The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills also increased dramatically, likely as a result of the influx of headlines featuring cast member Taylor Armstrong and her late husband, Russell. The reality series earned 250 relative queries, increasing a whopping 2,830 percent compared to July.

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Despite Ashton Kutcher's appointment as a series regular and the build up to his Sept. 19 debut, Two and a Half Men's August search traffic fell 57 percent in August compared to July, making it one of Fall TV's biggest search traffic losers.

* Data from Bing.com search data.

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