NCIS Los Angeles Stars Take Part in CBS Tweet Week



SEPT. 18 – OCT. 3

CBS Stars and Creative Talent to Chat and Tweet Live with Fans, Share Photos and Videos and Give Away Show Merchandise

Fans Can Go Behind the Scenes of the #Emmys with’s Social Media Ambassador, “Criminal Minds” Star Shemar Moore

SAN FRANCISCO – Sept. 17, 2013 – #CBSTweetWeek ( is back bigger than ever and ready to ignite a #FanFrenzy for CBS Television’s fall premieres from Wednesday, Sept. 18 – Thursday, Oct. 3. Many of the Network’s stars and creative talent will be signing on to chat and tweet live with fans. They’ll be sharing more content with fans this year than ever before using #CBSTweetWeek’s new photo booth and video station to share photos and videos on Twitter, Instagram and Vine, along with #CBSTweetWeek giveaways of show merchandise. In addition to #CBSTweetWeek, fans can also watch exclusive content around the new and returning shows in’s Fall Premieres hub.

This #CBSTweetWeek fans can also follow’s Emmy Awards social media ambassador, CRIMINAL MINDS’ Shemar Moore, as he provides live updates leading up to and during THE 65TH PRIMETIME EMMY AWARDS airing Sunday, Sept. 22 (8:00 PM, ET/5:00 PM, PT) on the CBS Television Network.

#CBSTweetWeek – Fan Frenzy

#CBSTweetWeek – Fan Frenzy will bring CBS stars, producers and creative talent together to chat and tweet live with fans during the East Coast broadcast of their respective programs. The stars and talent will be answering fan questions, taking photos and videos from #CBSTweetWeek’s new photo booth and video station, posting exclusive preview and first-look photos from their shows, sharing insights on the making of the episodes, offering commentary and giving away show merchandise, DVDs and more.

To participate, fans can visit #CBSTweetWeek on ( and log in with their Twitter accounts to pose questions to CBS stars and talent during the scheduled times detailed below. On, fans can also follow conversation streams related to their favorite CBS shows, chat live with other fans, and check out fan-art galleries. Fans can also join the conversation on Twitter by following the show-specific hashtags listed below, #CBSTweetWeek, or by tweeting the talent’s Twitter handle when submitting questions directly from Twitter.

This #CBSTweetWeek will mark CBS’s fifth event since the first #CBSTweetWeek was held in April 2011.’s Fall Premieres Hub

In addition to #CBSTweetWeek – Fan Frenzy, is now airing exclusive interviews with the casts of the new fall shows; “Ultimate Look Back,” a web series providing a recap of the latest season of CBS’s returning primetime series; “Where We Left Off,” which goes behind the scenes with the casts and producers of fans’ returning favorites, offering sneak peeks from the premiere episodes; and “Between Takes,” featuring BIG BROTHER fan favorite Jeff Schroeder hanging out with CBS stars off-set doing some of their favorite activities.

To get ready for premiere week, fans can also catch up on the most recent season of a number of CBS’s returning shows during’s Catch-Up Marathon including ELEMENTARY, THE GOOD WIFE, HAWAII FIVE-0, THE MENTALIST and the most recent season of reality TV favorites THE AMAZING RACE, SURVIVOR, and UNDERCOVER BOSS.

The Tweet Week schedule, including respective Twitter handles, is as follows:

◦ LL Cool J (@LLCOOLJ)
◦ Chris O’Donnell (@chrisodonnell)
◦ Eric Christian Olsen (@Ericcolsen)
◦ Daniela Ruah (@DanielaRuah)
◦ Miguel Ferrer (@Miguel_J_Ferrer)


5 thoughts on “NCIS Los Angeles Stars Take Part in CBS Tweet Week

  1. Carrie

    Love tweet week! but honestly I am not paying attention to my twitter feeds when my shows are on because I want to watch the shows lol.

    1. Laura

      Yah, Carrie, that’s what I was thinking, too. I don’t want to take my eyes off the screen for a second.

  2. mistri

    I usually check the tweets during commercial breaks. It’s fun but a lot of tweets are repetitive. I don’t let them interfere with the show.

  3. mistri

    I usually participate but I only check tweets during commercial breaks. It’s fun but sometimes the tweets are repetitive. I won’t let it interfere while the show is on.

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