Please help contribute to the Reddit categorization project here

    NaiadoftheSea

    + friends - friends
    22,763 link karma
    2,626 comment karma
    send message redditor for

    [–] What are some small things that you silently judge people on? NaiadoftheSea 2 points ago in AskReddit

    A quality I look for in people is that they're self aware. This generally means that they are conscientious and take care of themselves.

    Those who aren't self aware tend to get on my nerves over time and hardly ever reflect and learn from the events in their life.

    [–] Ro resting on his favorite leaf after dinner. NaiadoftheSea 2 points ago in bettafish

    Sorry for the reflections! I had to act fast as he usually starts moving whenever I try to get a picture, haha.

    [–] Seeing these two fighting side by side is going to be beautiful! NaiadoftheSea 631 points ago in marvelstudios

    I would also love to see Thor and War Machine in this team-up. Just imagine that much power working as a coordinated force!

    [–] The trailer that was never officially announced is now unofficially delayed! I can't stop laughing at how ridiculous this headline sounds. I'm cool with waiting for Marvel to officially announce it. NaiadoftheSea 1 points ago in marvelstudios

    So awful of them! They better not take away my non-confirmed Spider-Man: Far From Home trailer!

    Somehow Spider-Man is also a rumored trailer people are running away with. The first Ant-Man and the Wasp trailer came out after Avengers: Infinity War was released in theaters... I imagine it would work the same way for 2019. I'm happy to be proven wrong, but following these rumors are not going to help me find out if I am.

    [–] I would really love Disney+ if they brought back Agent Carter so we can see more of these two as well as the formation of SHIELD. The show's first season was an excellent follow-up to Captain America: The First Avenger and is altogether a very delightful series. NaiadoftheSea 4 points ago in marvelstudios

    The same data I pointed out for AoS wasn't done for Agent Carter.

    So your comment, "with ALL that AC still wasn't successful enough" is just you making assumptions off of nothing. There is no factual basis for that comment of yours. The only data we have for Agent Carter is the premiere viewership.

    I literally ended my last post saying, "I would be curious to see the calculations for it like they did with AoS."

    [–] I would really love Disney+ if they brought back Agent Carter so we can see more of these two as well as the formation of SHIELD. The show's first season was an excellent follow-up to Captain America: The First Avenger and is altogether a very delightful series. NaiadoftheSea 4 points ago in marvelstudios

    My point is what I stated in my last post. " In this day and age with so many viewing options, premiere views don't really mean much. " The data for Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. was my example of this.

    I gave you my point and an example of my point. The calculations we are seeing for Agent Carter are just the views from the premiere and not other sources. I would be curious to see the calculations for it like they did with AoS.

    [–] I would really love Disney+ if they brought back Agent Carter so we can see more of these two as well as the formation of SHIELD. The show's first season was an excellent follow-up to Captain America: The First Avenger and is altogether a very delightful series. NaiadoftheSea 8 points ago in marvelstudios

    Did a quick fact check. It never dropped below 2 million.

    This calculates only the viewers who watched it when it premiered. It doesn't take into account when the episodes would stream on Hulu and downloads.

    There was a recent report that said Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. is by far Marvel's most popular show once they calculated other methods of watching it, besides just when it debuts on ABC. In this day and age with so many viewing options, premiere views don't really mean much.

    "Parrot Analytics measure how viewers interact with a TV show's brand online, assessing everything from global file-sharing and peer-to-peer traffic to social media activity. As such, they believe they are able to provide the most accurate measure of audience demand in this digital age. They rank Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.in the top 0.03 percent of in-demand TV shows worldwide, a category Parrot classify as "Amazing." To give a sense of Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.'s popularity, in the US shows with similar demand include Better Call SaulCriminal Minds, and Vikings; demand for S.H.I.E.L.D. is higher than the likes of The OriginalsSupergirlArrow, and Fear The Walking Dead."