That’s right folks. TV trending is becoming a thing now on Twitter, but only if you have a smart phone. Here is the article from

Twitter updated its iOS and Android apps Tuesday with new search filters and an enhanced focus on conversations around TV.

Under the “Discover” tab, Twitter now collates trending television shows based on a user’s area, in addition to trending topics and hashtags. To access trending TV shows, users can simply browse through the list to pull up trends related to TV shows and local content.

The trending television shows are organized by popularity and/or when the show will air next. On Tuesday night, for example, The Voice was the top trending show until it stopped airing at 10 p.m. local time. Meanwhile, late-night shows such as The Daily Show, Jimmy Kimmel Live and Late Night With Jimmy Fallon showed up closer to their respective air times.

Interestingly, Good Morning America, which doesn’t air until 7 a.m. ET, was the top-listed show as of 11 p.m. ET. This may indicate that networks or shows can pay for better placement, or it might just be the result of Twitter’s internal TV algorithms.

When you click on a trending TV show, a collection of tweets around the show appears, just as it would for a trending topic or hashtag. Unlike a pure hashtag, however, trending TV shows aggregate conversations about a show across hashtags and conversations. For NBC’s Chicago Fire, for instance, tweets mentioning “Chicago Fire,” @NBCChicagoFire and #ChicagoFire all appeared.

To read the full article along with pics of the TV Trending, click here. This will be a good thing for trending Toonami on Saturday nights so if you have a smart phone and see this going on, take a screen shot and send it to @AnimeSavior on Twitter. What do you guys think? Comment below and let us know.