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Experience “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon” on social media & new apps

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Making it the most-watched week of The Tonight Show in 20 years, The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, averaged 8.5 million viewers overall for the full week. Expanding the ways to watch the show, NBC Entertainment Digital has a new mobile-first interactive website and mobile app to enhance the experience for viewers, The Tonight Show website with complete access to all videos and show content. Fans can also interact with Jimmy through popular social networking sites.

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The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon app is available for iPhone, iPad, iPhone and Android™. Viewers can participate in interactive challenges that may be featured on-air, play custom Jimmy-themed games and get exclusive messages from Jimmy and the show. Fans of hashtags or other great segments from Late Night can download the app to tweet directly from personal social accounts. Download the Android app now or visit the iTunes store.

TonightShow.com gives access to all videos and other show content for multiple devices, bringing The Tonight Show experience to tablets, smartphones and desktops. The new site even includes web exclusives and live blogs bringing the TV experience to every device.

Finally, to follow Jimmy through popular social networks:

● Through Twitter fans saw the Late Night handle transition to @FallonTonight, 11 million Twitter followers can still tweet Jimmy directly or participate in trending-topic hashtags through Jimmy’s personal account, @JimmyFallon.
● Keeping things Facebook official with his profile and relationship status, followers can engage with Jimmy Fallon on his official Facebook page here.
● With over 2 million subscribers and dozens of viral videos, The Tonight Show’s YouTube account already recaps great videos from The Tonight Show’s best moments, like “The History of Rap, Part 5.”

Viewers can experience the new Tonight Show website here.

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