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What can we say about Glee and Twitter that we haven’t already said? Not much other than fans of the show still Tweet about it even while stuffing their face with, well, stuffing. After losing ground to Oprah, Glee took back the Twitter crown with a […]

What can we say about Glee and Twitter that we haven’t already said? Not much other than fans of the show still Tweet about it even while stuffing their face with, well, stuffing. After losing ground to Oprah, Glee took back the Twitter crown with a total of more than 83,000 Tweets for the week, peaking at nearly 33,000.

Oprah’s social media heat cooled substantially dropping to almost 30,000 Tweets for the week (down from 120,000 the week prior to that). Rounding out the top five were Gossip Girl (15,879 Tweets), Supernatural (13,934 Tweets) and Saturday Night Live (13,221 Tweets).

NOTE: The weekly top five most-twittered shows is put together from an analysis of tweets matching the exact names of 63 television programs. Trendrr looks at the source data to check that at least 95 percent of the tweets are related to the show. For more metrics surrounding your favorite show, go to http://www.trendrr.com and put the name of the show into the search tab.

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  2. [...] Gleeks, you can be proud of yourself: Glee has not only been the show that dominated Twitter week after week after week ever since the beginning of the fall season, its most recent episode before [...]

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  4. [...] at NewTeeVee, especially the way that the show has used smart marketing and social networks like Twitter and MySpace, and the way that it has become a social phenomenon that transcends the typical TV [...]

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  5. [...] you can be proud of yourself: Glee has not only been the show that dominated Twitter week after week after week ever since the beginning of the fall season, its most recent episode before [...]

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