Floridians Love ’90s Sitcoms. Here are the Most-Googled Ones.
The Most-Searched ’90s sitcoms in Florida
When it comes to ’90s sitcoms, Florida is The One with All the Love. From Everybody Loves Raymond to South Park, Floridians use their TVs to tune back to a decade when everybody tried to hone their Fran Drescher guttural laugh, knew every lyric to the Fresh Prince of Bel-Air theme song, and would pick up their phone and say, “Is this the Krusty Krab?” “No this is Patrick.”
To find out exactly how deep the love of 90’s TV goes in the Sunshine State, the team at FrontierBundles.com decided to gather the data on which metro area searched for which show most. And the info came pouring in faster than Joey flinging hummus on Phoebe.
Tune in to your nostalgia with a TV and internet bundle from Frontier and keep reading to find out which parts of Florida show love for which ’90s-era sitcom.
- Every metro area had a unique preference for ’90s sitcoms.
- In Gainesville, six different shows tied for the top spot, but when compared with each other, Friends ultimately came out on top as the most-searched-for show in the area.
- Although all these shows were well-loved in Florida, none of them take place in the Sunshine State.
- Americans stream eight hours per day on average in 2020. That’s up from around five hours from January to June of 2020.
- Despite Friends having one of the largest viewerships for a finale ever, it only remained popular with one Florida metro area - Gainesville.
- Three animated shows made the top most-searched shows list: Family Guy, Spongebob Squarepants, and South Park.
The team at FrontierBundles.com first looked at the top twenty most popular sitcoms from the ’90s using imdb.com. Then we used Google search volume from January 1, 2020, to June 29, 2020 to determine which show each Florida metro area is searching for.
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