TV is just not getting the credit that truly deserves, especially with the fantastic selection of actors, writers, and shows that are at our fingertips 24/7. In fact, TV isn’t a time wasting activity but an entertainment platform that is producing unique content available to the masses. That and the discussion points is why TV should be treated with the genuine respect it deserves. So read on to hear more of the argument.
TV is the New Cinema
Did you know that TV is the new cinema? It’s true! Just look at the production value of shows like Game of Thrones, and Westworld, they are cinematic! Providing everything from amazing title sequences to movie score level music. You can sample the Westworld theme here if you are in any doubt!
Also, don’t forget that for new and most established stars having a TV show rivals being cast in the movies. Stars too numerous to mention, have had a career break or got their careers reinvigorated this way with Ron Perlman, Anthony Hopkins, Kiefer Sutherland and Winona Ryder to name just a few. Indeed, that is why TV isn’t something that should be taken lightly and deserves to be treated with respect.
TV is the New Going Out
In these days of economic and political strife, TV is the new going out. That’s right, young and old folks that perhaps would have spent their hard earned dollars on heading out to bars, restaurants, and dance clubs, now a have the new and improved form of television to keep them entertained. With access to television shows that are so diverse and numerous through subscription services, that almost anyone can find something that interests or entertain them
Of course, with more people staying in, the environment that we watch TV in has changed too. With a lot of importance being placed on comfy sofas, adjustable lights, to set just the right mood for what you are watching, as well as brackets to mount TV in their much deserved central and raised position. You can even get one like this anti theft TV wall mount that deters burglars as well. Protecting your precious portal to other worlds, if the worse does happen!
TV is the New Reading
The level of storytelling in television has so improved in recent times, some may liken it to the new reading. Of course, that doesn’t mean that everyone will put down their paperback (Or Kindles) forever.
Instead, we see popular books and graphic novel crossovers made for television that are both loved by established fans, and that introduce a new generation to the genre or fantasy world as well. Examples of this being The Walking Dead, American Gods and Game Of Thrones as well as Thirteen Reasons and The Handmaid’s Tale. That means TV isn’t taking people away from reading, it’s introducing them to subject matter that they will enjoy exploring in book form as well as on the screen, and that is why TV is a vital and important form of entertainment media and should be treated with the true reverence it deserves!