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PM Modi’s debut on Man vs Wild becomes most trending show worldwide with 3.6 billion impressions, leaving Super Bowl behind

The show, where Prime Minister Narendra Modi debuted has now achieved the unique distinction of being the highest trending televised event not just in India but worldwide.

PM Narendra Modi appearance on Discovery’s Man vs Wild show with survivalist and adventurer Bear Grylls has garnered 3.6 billion impressions and counting. The show has now surpassed Super Bowl that garnered 3.4 billion impressions.

Delbert Shoopman, EP and Co-Creator of RunningWild on NatGeo and YouVsWild show on Netflix has tweeted about this achievement.


The show, where Prime Minister Narendra Modi debuted has now achieved the unique distinction of being the highest trending televised event not just in India but worldwide.

The show premiered on 12th August on Discovery Channel and was then also televised up by Doordarshan.

Survivalist Bear Grylls who hosted PM Modi on Man vs Wild also quoted Shoopman’s tweet and expressed his pride at this achievement.


When PM Modi made his appearance on Man vs Wild show, several people trended #PMModiOnDiscovery. In less than 12 hours since the tweet first made an appearance, the hashtag had reached 728 million people through over 204.2K mentions by more than 206.2K users, as per data from global media intelligence firm Meltwater.

When the show was announced, the Left had a collective meltdown in an effort to dehumanise PM Modi. Congress had also resorted to peddling lies saying that PM Modi had shot for this show while the Pulwama terror attack had happened. The Left had also peddled lies that PM Modi was a ‘climate change denier’ by malicious tweeting an edited video.

 

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