To engage fans prior to the premiere of its new crime drama “Quantico” on September 27, 2015, ABC launched the “#2TruthsAndALie Challenge’ on Twitter on September 21. A series of videos shared by the series’ official account challenge fans to test their FBI skills by figuring out which of three statements made by the series characters is a lie.
— Quantico ABC (@QuanticoTV) September 21, 2015
In each video, one of the series’ main characters tells three things about him- or herself, of which two are the truth but one is a lie.
— Quantico ABC (@QuanticoTV) September 23, 2015
Fans are encouraged to respond with the lie using the hashtags #2TruthsAndAlie and #Quantico. Depending on whether their answer was correct or not, users receive an @reply from the official “Quantico” account that includes a short video featuring the series’ protagonist Alex Parrish, a FBI recruit who is accused of committing a terrorist attack, who either congratulates the users or tells them they need a litte bit more training.
Users are also called upon to share their own ‘#2TruthsAndALie’ along with the hashtag #Quantico to see how well their friends really know them.
— Castle (@Castle_ABC) September 23, 2015
In addition, the official Twitter accounts of other ABC series, including “How To Get Away With Murder”, “Grey’s Anatomy”, “Once Upon A Time” and more, also participated in the ‘#2TruthsAndALie’ promotion and challenged their fans how well they know the series.
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