Not content with its own sizable stake of the modern world, social media has begun creeping its way into places it doesn’t belong, like TV, food, or brain cells. The latest development? The “adaptweetion,” a phrase coined by TNT for their upcoming series Mob City. Adaptweeting, like the name suggests, is the adapting of a particular piece of art for the medium of Twitter, and the Mob City pilot holds the honor of being the world’s introduction to this potentially horrifying new art form. Here’s how it works. The pilot script for Mob City is chunked down into tiny, 140 character pieces (a line or two of dialogue or a small piece of description), and tweeted along with an accompanying photo or Vine from the actual pilot, creating something like a picture book version of the Mob City pilot. The Tweeting will continue until the series premieres this Wednesday, at which point you’ll be forced to re-watch everything that was previously Twote (Tweeted?) in its boring old everyday not-interrupted-by-constant-hashtags format. The “adaptweetion” can be found on TNT’s twitter page (for obvious reasons), but the whole thing is also being collected at Mobscript.com for those who don’t feel like navigating through the rest of TNT’s Twitter activity.