From the seats in the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles to sofas from coast to coast, Twitter’s rich TV community turned to Twitter to celebrate this year’s Emmy awards, sharing reactions, congratulations, and glimpses of the show throughout the night.
As the show unfolded, the live experience played out with these most-discussed moments of the evening:
As a time to celebrate the best performances in TV, here were the most-discussed stars of the night:
Since so many TV shows have a massive Twitter following, fans were in full force to support their favorites. Here are the programs that got the most attention:
Apart from the red carpet festivities, Twitter facilitated substantive conversation during the evening. In partnership with the Television Academy (@TelevisionAcad) and Amy Poehler’s @SmrtGrls, the #SmartGirlsAsk campaign encouraged viewers to Tweet a compelling question to any Emmy nominee for a chance to see their question answered live on the day of the show via a Twitter Mirror app on the red carpet.
Of course, there’s no better way to get the Emmy experience than from the stars themselves. Here are some of those highlights:
Twitter TV activity and reach data for the U.S. market will be available from Nielsen tomorrow at 1 p.m. ET.
Kate Bowen (@kateb), Talent Partnerships, also contributed to this post.