In last week's chart tallying the top TV shows on entertainment check-in service GetGlue, "Breaking Bad" bared its social teeth in its fifth season. But this week, wrestling fans checked into "WWE Raw"'s 1,000th episode in droves. Scroll down below the graphic for more notes and context.
USA's "WWE Raw" is back on the chart after falling off in recent weeks, and it was quite a comeback. The show drew almost 10 million viewers Monday night, easily cable's ratings winner. It was, incoincidentally, the massively successful live wrestling series' 1,000th episode since it premiered in 1993.
The CW's "Nikita" rose three spots on the chart, but don't be misled -- its number of check-ins only rose slightly over last week. It's ascent back toward its old home at the top of the chart is resultant more of falling check-ins for last week's more social shows -- "Breaking Bad," "The Big Bang Theory" and "Supernatural" all suffered huge drops this week than for any renewed social buzz around "Nikita" itself.
CBS's veteran reality series "Big Brother" makes its debut on the Top 10 chart at No. 8. This is the program's 14th season, but its premise is proving to have longevity -- the show drew 5.3 million viewers Sunday night.
The youngest millennials tuned in and checked in to Fox's Teen Choice Awards broadcast Sunday night, which managed to hit the chart at no. 9 and drew more than 3 million viewers. It was hosted by Disney alum Demi Lovato, whose single "Give Your Heart a Break" is in heavy Top 40 radio rotation. Lovato is also a new judge on Fox's "The X-Factor," so get used to seeing more of her on the chart in the fall as she and Britney Spears are sure to draw renewed social interest in the show's second season.