Los Angeles, NC, December 26, 2013 –(PR.com)– On Tuesday, 17 December 2013 OpBBC reached a milestone trending two Twitter hashtags. #BringZivaHome trended both in the US and Worldwide and was recorded as trending in the US in excess of an hour. #Ziva also trended in the US and Worldwide for in excess of 10 minutes. These two trends sparked conversations among Twitter users curious about the character and her whereabouts. Screen caps documenting the trends will be provided on request.
These tags mark the 25th US and/or worldwide trends created by fans since Ms. de Pablo’s exit was announced on 10 July 2013, and prove once again how popular Ms. de Pablo and the character she played are with fans all over the globe. By contrast, since the Nielson ratings system began including Twitter data in October 2013 official hashtags promoted by NCIS have only trended once in the US and never worldwide.
About Operation Bring Back Cote: OpBBC is a grass roots fan organization dedicated to bringing Cote de Pablo and her character Ziva David back to the CBS hit show NCIS by engaging with upset fans and pointing them in the right direction when it comes to expressing their desire to see her return to the show. OpBBC incorporates both domestic and international fans, and spans the generation gap garnering active participation from teens to retirees.
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