What Is the Most Popular TV Show in Minnesota in 2024?
Whether it's streaming, over-the-air broadcast, or on-demand, there are a LOT of TV shows out there today. But which show is the most popular in Minnesota in 2024?
We Minnesotans LOVE our TVs, right? Especially during a long, cold winter (which the Winter of 2024 really *hasn't* been... at least, not yet), binge-watching an intriguing show or series on TV is a great way to spend an evening... or weekend.
And there are a lot of places you can watch TV shows these days here in the Land of 10,000 Lakes, right? There are the classic, OG over-the-air TV stations, there are on-demand shows, or, of course, the many streaming services like Netflix, Hulu, Amazon Prime, Disney, Apple TV, YouTube TV, and many others. The media experts over at PR Hub said streaming services currently make up 37.5 percent of U.S. TV viewing, increasing from 36.9 percent in 2022.
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But just which of those shows are the most popular here in the Bold North in 2024? That's the question the crew over at PR Hub set out to answer. They delved into the top Emmy-nominated TV shows for various genres and over-the-air and streaming services to analyze the top 5 favorites in each state, including here in the North Star State.
So which show came out on top here in Minnesota so far here in 2024? PR Hub said that would be the Netflix show, Ted Lasso. That was also the Most Popular TV Show in 2024 in seven other states in addition to the Gopher State, including Oregon, Nevada, Missouri, Kansas, Indiana, North Carolina, and Delaware.
You can check out the full PR Hub list of the Top 5 list of Minnesota's Most Popular TV Shows for 2024 below. And keep scrolling to take a look at some incredibly obvious errors that occurred in some classic shows, as well!
- Ted Lasso
- The Last of Us
- House of the Dragon
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Glaring Continuity Errors From Popular TV Series
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