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65
Can you smell it, chums? Griffin here from The Tick! Ask Me Anything!
12767
Terry Crews on His Sexual Assault Lawsuit: 'If I Don’t Get Justice, Nobody Can'
1748
‘Superstore’ Renewed for Season 4 at NBC
24452
Netflix is focusing more and more on TV shows and less on movies
817
I edited every episode of 'Louie' to create a Series Finale where Louis CK Reacts to the #MeToo Masturbation Scandal
1078
‘Arrested Development’ cast ‘stands behind’ Jeffrey Tambor, David Cross says
300
HBO is building the town of Sweetwater for an immersive Westworld experience at SXSW
565
Lost in Space Date Announcement | Netflix
371
Disney Planning Another 'Muppets' Reboot for Its Streaming Service (Exclusive)
72
'The Purge' TV Series to Begin Filming in April
183
The Simpsons: Ray Liotta to play Moe's dad
253
Krypton - First Look at Brainiac
36
High Maintenance and Crashing renewed for 3rd season.
233
'Jeopardy!' host Alex Trebek to moderate a Pennsylvania gubernatorial debate
302
'How to Get Away With Murder' Star Karla Souza Alleges She Was Raped by a Director in Mexico
28926
Avatar: The Last Airbender - The Complete Series is going to be released on Blu-ray disc in full 1080p HD, coming May 1st, 2018.
99
Hillary Clinton's face artificially generated onto Kate McKinnon playing her on SNL (from /r/GifFakes)
46
Lawyers for man featured on 'Making a Murder' ask Supreme Court to hear case
15
Have you ever watched a show where you felt like it was dragged out too long, but ended too suddenly?
149
Amazon Studios to Adapt Consider Phlebas, First Novel of the Culture Series, for Television
11
What happened to all the black TV shows from the 80's and 90's?
48
Brockmire Season 2 Official Trailer
103
NBC cut into Olympics broadcast in L.A. to go to absolutely insane car chase
17
Reboot: The Guardian Code Official Trailer
6
Legion | Season 2: All In Your Head Preview | FX
59
Flint Town - Official Trailer | Netflix Documentary Series
24
'Jeopardy!' host Alex Trebek to moderate governor's debate
85
Stacey Dash on The Eric Andre Show
79
What was the best plot twist you ever saw in a show? [Spoilers]
9
Nostalgia Critic interviews the minds behind Freakazoid.
7
This Hell's Kitchen clip gets me laughing everytime.
65
ER might be the hottest show of 2018. It just debuted in 1994.
19108
Donald Trump's face artificially generated onto Alec Baldwin playing Trump on SNL shows just how good of an impression it is (from /r/GifFakes)
323
Adult Swim has always excelled at surreal stoner humor, but nothing prepared me for whatever Xavier: Renegade Angel is
90
Okay, Stargate fans - Let's do it! Show your support for more Stargate - The Stargate Initiative
5
MST3K- The Canada Song
37
Humiliation for NBC as ABC’s evening newscast wins an Olympics week for the first time in over 25 years
51
Amazon Developing ‘Consider Phlebas’ as Fantasy Drama Series
16
Jane The Virgin Star Gina Rodriguez Opens Up About Hashimoto's Disease
20
Tyler Labine Cast In NBC’s Bellevue Medical Drama Pilot
23
Wendy Williams goes on 3-week hiatus over Graves' Disease diagnosis.
112 -TheBabadook That blue tint tho....
30 UncleDan2017 I really want to know why low lighting levels are apparently a thing now. Just saving money because you need less attention to detail on the sets?
77 Alethiometrist I usually hate it when TV shows mess with the colours too much (Breaking Bad's orange coloured Mexico is a good example), but in this case I weirdly didn't mind the blue tint. But then again, I'm not from the US and have no idea how Missouri is supposed to look, so I just assumed it was kind of sad and gloomy.
42 turncloakforwhat Game of Thrones has gotten really bad with this. Last summer, the sun wasn't setting when it aired at 8 and I found myself comically running around, trying to block out all the light and STILL not being able to see what was going on, the screen was so dark. I don't care what sort of atmosphere you're trying to convey, if I cannot see what is going on, that's a problem
8 TheMightyWoofer Have you watched *Godless*? They only use natural and period lighting. It's so dark sometimes I have no damn idea what's going on. Thank god for subtitles.
10 hey_its_drew Hannibal is probably the darkest lit show I’ve ever watched. Like, by miles. And I’ve seen most the ones brought up in this thread. Lol
4 givememayocheese Half the indoor scenes in Got have such bad lighting
5 Sweetastylicious Interesting. I ended up watching it all on my phone screen over the course of eight flights. Don’t recall being bothered by the lighting at all. I relate to others who mentioned GoT. Some of those scenes are so dark, I could barely tell what was going on. But what I really can’t stand is when a story is filmed in dim lighting and all the costumes and backdrops have drab, almost monotone colors to give off an oppressive, gloomy, or old-timey vibe. It makes the whole thing so unpleasant to view.
3 vervurax Did you see Mindhunter? I didn't notice this problem in Ozark, but most of Mindhunter was so hard to watch because of it.
27 Mojambo213 Although I'm confused as to how you cant see anything (unless you have vision problems, Idk?) because I had no issues with the lighting in it at all, nor had any problems seeing what went on. Regardless, pretty good testament to the show when you say "I can barely see anything but it's pretty damn good"
3 bjcarl14 You think Ozark is dark? Have you even seen Daredevil? Even when you turn off all the lights and stop every crack of sun from coming in through the windows... it’s really hard to see. Love that show, though.
5 pillow_pants_ Wife and I binged this but the whole time my wife bitched about it. Like she doesn't care about too much but for some reason the lighting on this show REALLY pissed her off. Like she would be sitting the and then just get very pissed and yell at me that she can't see anything on screen. Like we would have to actually take breaks and cut episodes short because the lighting situation was so aggravating. It got into our head and then just made us irrationally mad.
2 jononarf LOL, I'm from the Ozarks (northern Arkansas) and I said the exact same thing when watching the show. I remember being able to see (and dodge) copperheads when jogging at night. I know it's not filmed exactly at Lake of the Ozarks for the majority of the show, but I was like, why the hell is everything so dark here?
116 0 -TheBabadook That blue tint tho....
31 0 UncleDan2017 I really want to know why low lighting levels are apparently a thing now. Just saving money because you need less attention to detail on the sets?
77 0 Alethiometrist I usually hate it when TV shows mess with the colours too much (Breaking Bad's orange coloured Mexico is a good example), but in this case I weirdly didn't mind the blue tint. But then again, I'm not from the US and have no idea how Missouri is supposed to look, so I just assumed it was kind of sad and gloomy.
42 0 turncloakforwhat Game of Thrones has gotten really bad with this. Last summer, the sun wasn't setting when it aired at 8 and I found myself comically running around, trying to block out all the light and STILL not being able to see what was going on, the screen was so dark. I don't care what sort of atmosphere you're trying to convey, if I cannot see what is going on, that's a problem
9 0 TheMightyWoofer Have you watched *Godless*? They only use natural and period lighting. It's so dark sometimes I have no damn idea what's going on. Thank god for subtitles.
10 0 hey_its_drew Hannibal is probably the darkest lit show I’ve ever watched. Like, by miles. And I’ve seen most the ones brought up in this thread. Lol
4 0 givememayocheese Half the indoor scenes in Got have such bad lighting
4 0 Sweetastylicious Interesting. I ended up watching it all on my phone screen over the course of eight flights. Don’t recall being bothered by the lighting at all. I relate to others who mentioned GoT. Some of those scenes are so dark, I could barely tell what was going on. But what I really can’t stand is when a story is filmed in dim lighting and all the costumes and backdrops have drab, almost monotone colors to give off an oppressive, gloomy, or old-timey vibe. It makes the whole thing so unpleasant to view.
5 0 vervurax Did you see Mindhunter? I didn't notice this problem in Ozark, but most of Mindhunter was so hard to watch because of it.
26 0 Mojambo213 Although I'm confused as to how you cant see anything (unless you have vision problems, Idk?) because I had no issues with the lighting in it at all, nor had any problems seeing what went on. Regardless, pretty good testament to the show when you say "I can barely see anything but it's pretty damn good"
3 0 bjcarl14 You think Ozark is dark? Have you even seen Daredevil? Even when you turn off all the lights and stop every crack of sun from coming in through the windows... it’s really hard to see. Love that show, though.
4 0 pillow_pants_ Wife and I binged this but the whole time my wife bitched about it. Like she doesn't care about too much but for some reason the lighting on this show REALLY pissed her off. Like she would be sitting the and then just get very pissed and yell at me that she can't see anything on screen. Like we would have to actually take breaks and cut episodes short because the lighting situation was so aggravating. It got into our head and then just made us irrationally mad.
2 0 jononarf LOL, I'm from the Ozarks (northern Arkansas) and I said the exact same thing when watching the show. I remember being able to see (and dodge) copperheads when jogging at night. I know it's not filmed exactly at Lake of the Ozarks for the majority of the show, but I was like, why the hell is everything so dark here?