Many companies, even ours, have a tendency to throw around the term machine learning without making sure everyone understands what we actually mean. So here is our attempt to offer a plainspoken explanation and, hopefully, next time these words come up, you can finally be the one who says, “Well, actually…”
Just because you’ve seen the closing credits of a series finale doesn’t mean a show is over. Between syndication, and now streaming, shows are often resurrected to live a whole new life over and over (and over) again.
We looked at eight shows that ended with rabid fanbases to see if they have flourished in the afterlife or are victims of the channel finally being changed.
With Spider-Man: Far From Home blowing away its already inflated expectations at the box office, Marvel is continuing its unbelievable streak in theaters. On network television and streaming services, though, the performance of the Marvel Cinematic Universe has been much spottier.
We dug into online engagement for the 11 series and 26 complete seasons of Marvel shows that have aired to see what’s flexed its muscles and what the internet wishes it could banish with the snap of a finger.
WARNING: SPOILERS FOR MANY THINGS
TV finales are always risky. No matter how good the show may be, a bad finale can turn everything sour.
Because they are so crucial, we looked at online engagement during the original airdates of 30 different shows to see how they fared when they finally said goodbye.