By now it’s clear that Twitter serves as the roar of the crowd during live events like the Super Bowl and award shows. Twitter is also a great place to watch your favorite comedies and dramas arm-in-arm with the rest of the world—and even the show’s stars themselves.
Sunday night has long been a great time to make a date with your TV, and last night was a particularly fun one to keep your eyes on Twitter as well as the screen.
All your tweets are making my heart so warm! Thank you so much to all those watching. I am watching alone with my family’s dog Dean. Love u!
Five minutes till Girls. Here is how I prep. twitter.com/JuddApatow/sta…
The show even has some famous fans who took to Twitter to share their reviews:
Fans, reviewers, and stars of other shows took to Twitter last night too: Mad Men, Game of Thrones, Celebrity Apprentice and The Good Wife each inspired active conversations last night. No matter what your must-watch shows are, the viewing party happens on Twitter every day of the week.