posted on Oct, 20 2016 @ 03:54 PM
You might have noticed that episodes of currently aired tv-series contain lots of objects, spoken sentences, gestures, phenomena, color choices, hair
styles etc., which are varied between different tv-series run on a certain day. It is like different production houses gathered their writers,
stylists, producers etc. to a same room - possibly virtually - and discussed about how to fit the tv-series together. Almost like there really
wouldn't be individual production houses, when everything is done by consulting other production houses. Or am I exaggerating?
One reason behind an idea to use similar e.g. glow or spoken sentence is that while viewing an episode of one tv-serie, an episode of another
tv-series will come to mind by association, but that's not the reason in full. When one's mind notices that there's a connection between different
tv-series, it will also notice more subtle similarities and that strenghtens the possibility that both of the episodes run on a same day will be
remembered better. And isn't that what tv-series need to survive?
In my opinion the amount of shared details is becoming ridiculous and it has began to hurt watching experience. And it hasn't been just something
simple for a long time as whole characters appearing in multiple episodes are syncronized between what appears in other tv-series. That means
something gets left out, because something must be included for the sake of cooperation. I wonder what fans of tv-series might think about this?
And here's a question exclusively to the Above Top Secret -community: does Goldman Sachs has something to do with this?
edit on 20-10-2016 by smarko because: typo