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Initial data results from Twitter on the 65th Annual Emmy Awards

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Bryan Cranston and Claire Danes on stage at the 65th Emmys Invision/AP

Twitter has already released data from tonight’s 65th Annual Emmy Awards, hosted by Neil Patrick Harris. Breaking Bad took home Best Drama to fan’s delight shortly after the show concluded its second to last episode. Here are the results from Twitter.

Here’s the full recap from Twitter:

Most-discussed shows: Breaking Bad, Homeland, 30 Rock, Boardwalk Empire.

Top Tweets Per Minute moments:

Carrie Underwood’s performance: 17,090 TPM

Elton John’s performance: 13,720 TPM

Jim Parsons wins best comedy actor: 12,420 TPM

Breaking Bad wins best drama: 12,090 TPM

Jeff Daniels wins best drama actor: 11,240 TPM

In addition to the quantity of conversation, there was also incredible quality as CBS pulled out all the stops to bring viewers closer to the action with an iPad framed as a “Twitter Mirror” placed just off stage to give stars exiting the spotlight an easy way to say hi to the Twitterverse. Photos of the stars were shared from this mirror all night via @CBS and @PrimetimeEmmys:

Matt Damon & Michael Douglas

Kerry Washington

Lena Dunham & Allison Williams

Betsy Brandt & Dean Norris

Claire Danes

Partners used Vine to cover all the red carpet and behind-the-scenes moments as well:

 

 

And of course, the night’s big stars (winners and losers alike) chimed in — here’s just a sampling:

 

 

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