Those grey beards watching “Blue Bloods” love their social media. The Twitter feed for CBS’ “Blue Bloods” continues to dominate all newcomers, with nearly five times as many followers as any other show. (Like we mentioned before, credit goes to Donnie Wahlberg, who has turned his Twitter feed into a marketing bonanza for the show.)

NBC’s “The Event,” which promises to give secrets about the show on its Twitter account, is now second, while the Twitter feed based on the show based on the Twitter feed “Shit My Dad Says” is third.

As always, this ranker is pretty useless. But it’s a fun tally of which shows have earned enough interest from fans that they’ve actually agreed to start following an official Twitter feed.


“Blue Bloods” (CBS) @BlueBloods_CBS (9,033 FOLLOWERS)

“The Event” (NBC) @NBCTheEvent (2,658)

“$#*! My Dad Says” (CBS) @MyDadSays_CBS (2,331)

“Hellcats” (The CW) @HellcatsTV (2,156)

“Hawaii Five-0” (CBS) @HawaiiFive0CBS (1,657)

“No Ordinary Family” (ABC) @NOFonABC (1,129)

“Law & Order: Los Angeles” (NBC) @NBCLOLA (910)

“The Good Guys” (Fox) @GoodGuysonFOX (786)

“Undercovers” (NBC) @NBC_Undercovers (753)

“Running Wilde” (Fox) @RunningWildeFOX (604)

“Nikita” (The CW) @NikitaTV (569)

“Outsourced” (NBC) @OutsourcedNBC (566)

“Chase” (NBC) @NBCChase (556)

“Lone Star” (Fox) @LoneStaronFOX (552)

“My Generation” (ABC) @MyGenerationABC (552)

“Detroit 1-8-7” (ABC) @Detroit187ABC (511)

“School Pride” (NBC) @NBCSchoolPride (437)

“Mike and Molly” (CBS) @MikeMolly_CBS (279)

“Outlaw” (NBC) @NBCOutlaw (241)

“Raising Hope” (Fox) @RaisingHopeFOX (225)

“The Defenders” (CBS)@TheDefendersCBS (173)

“Body of Proof” (ABC) @BodyofProofABC (164)

“The Whole Truth” (ABC) @WholeTruthABC (147)

“Better With You” (ABC) @BetterWithUABC (32)