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Mob City's first episode premiered 140 characters at a time, using Twitter Cards to inject photo and video footage into the original script. It was the first television screenplay ever to be adapted for, and published through, Twitter, and we needed a time capsule to bring tweets together in a brand new way. MobScript.com pulls in real-time script-tweets in chronological order, along side tweeted commentary from the cast and crew. Twitter Cards link fans to whichever part of the script they're enjoying, where they can tweet their own replies from within MobScript.com without missing any of the drama.

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