If you love TV (and we know you do), you’ll be thrilled to learn that some of the stars from your favorite shows will be tweeting along with fans during their shows this week.
Will you get a reply or retweet from one of them? You’ll need to tune in to find out!
“Tuning in with Twitter makes watching TV all the more enjoyable,” says Twitter in its latest blog post. Do you agree? Don’t knock it till you’ve tried it!
You can talk to the stars of your favorite scripted shows, see behind-the-scenes peeks of what happens on talk show sets, or receive exclusive color commentary about a big game. Bridging its primetime, daytime, and sports programming, CBS is kicking of #CBSTweetWeek today, offering viewers an exclusive weeklong tweetstravaganza.
CBS created a handy page listing all the stars tweeting from your favorite shows.
Take tonight, for example. If you’re a fan of The Big Bang Theory (or those other shows), you can tweet at Melissa Rauch (or one of those other celebrities):
— The Big Bang Theory (@BigBang_CBS) April 4, 2013
So if you’re watching TV between April 4-10, there will be live-tweeting action happening on everything from March Madness to NCIS. “All in all, 47 stars will hold Twitter chats for 19 programs throughout the week.” Superfans, rejoice.
Have you ever had a Twitter conversation with a celebrity? Feel free to gush about it in the comments.
(Tweet Week image from CBS.com)
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