VH1's "Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta" topped the list of most Tweeted-about TV shows for the first week of July, creating more buzz than rival reality shows "The Bachelorette" and "Big Brother."

The episode "Mistake at the Lake," which focused on a wild weekend at the lake house, produced 361,626 Tweets. "Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta" narrowly edged out MTV's "Catfish: The TV Show," which deals with the complexities of dating in the digital age. It generated nearly 360,000 comments on Twitter.

Fireworks produced plenty of pop on Twitter -- even the televised variety. NBC's broadcast of Macy's Fourth of July Fireworks Spectacular rounded out the top 10 most Tweeted about TV shows, garnering more than 66,000 Tweets.

PHOTOS: Cable versus broadcast ratings

The results for the week of July 1 through July 7 were talled by SocialGuide, a Nielsen company that analyzes Twitter conversations across 239 TV channels.

Rank        Program                        Episode Title                   Network                Tweets

1          Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta            Mistake at the Lake       VH1               361,626

2          Catfish: The TV Show   Anthony and Marq         MTV              357,177

3          Teen Wolf         Frayed  MTV                281,435

4          Pretty Little Liars          Face Time        ABC Family               269,255

5          WWE Monday Night RAW         CM Punk in action         USA             147,177

6          The Bachelorette          Desiree and the men in Spain ABC                103,532

7          Hit the Floor      Lights Out        VH1               91,296

8          Big Brother       The houseguests evict a fellow cast member      CBS             89,989

9          Big Brother       The new head of household moves rooms          CBS              67,812

10        Macy's Fourth of July Fireworks Spectacular                   NBC     7/4/2013           66,305

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