Most Tweeted About Show

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A little birdie has just passed along the list for the most tweeted-about television series for the 2013-2014 season and we're shocked to see that a tween drama was bumped out of the coveted number one spot.

Nielsen has revealed the official rankings of the top ten most social media savvy series, and he who knocks, Walter White (Bryan Cranston), cooked his way into snagging Breaking Bad the top honors. AMC's smash series also took home the award for the greatest reach for a single episode, thanks to the drama's mind-blowing series finale which captivated 9.1 million people on Twitter. It was the TV event of the year!

As for the series which managed to gain the most tweets in a single episode? That title belongs to...The Voice! During the May 13 episode of the NBC hit, fans tweeted about the competition 1.92 million times, earning a peak of 310,000 tweets per minute. Wow.

Take a look at the full list below to see if your favorite small screen series made it into the top ten!

1. Breaking Bad
2. The Walking Dead
3. Pretty Little Liars
4. The Bachelor
5. Game of Thrones
6. Teen Wolf
7. American Horror Story: Coven
8. Scandal
9. The Voice
10. Dancing With the Stars

We're not too shocked at the shows who made the list, however we do want to give a howl of congratulations to MTV's Teen Wolf! What a pleasant surprise to see that the supernatural stars of Beacon Hills made the list this year.

As for the others, we're sure that Juan Pablo Galavis' antics sparked endless frustrated tweets about The Bachelor's dud of a date, while The Walking Dead's bats—t crazy storylines fueled fans everywhere to take to Twitter to discuss the latest zombie-filled attack.

For those who are curios, Nielsen gathered their calculations of the most-tweeted shows from September 1, 2013 to May 25, 2014.

Are you surprised to see that Breaking Bad was the most tweeted about series? Any other shows you though would've ranked higher? Sound off in the comments below!

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