221b—Baker Street. Anyone who doesn’t know what this means is no less than Anderson who needs to do his research. When it comes to smart heroes, the first name that springs to mind is Sherlock Holmes as portrayed by Benedict Cumberbatch. Now a popular trope, a number of TV shows have jumped onto the bandwagon and are propagating the idea of a “smart” over a “sexy” hero.
In addition to the many animated TV shows, the many late night talk shows, the true crime and detective shows, the sitcoms and soaps, is the quiet relief for all those who like pending time in the kitchen: cooking shows, shows about food, everything foodie.
For years now, TV screens have seen a plethora of true crime shows come and go. From following mob culture to drug rings, from homicides to police investigations, from serial killings to mass murders, kidnapping to robbery, hijacking to courtroom shenanigans, there’s a treasure cove of true crime simply waiting to be explored.
Mentioned below are some facts and figures on the rise of viewing TV on smartphones:
When we say fantasy, the first thang that most people think of is Lord of the Rings. Now while it is true that it was the popular Gandalf led movie series that became the basis of fantasy TV worldwide, fantasy existed way before it. Especially since we as children grow up reading fantastical stories. From Cinderella to Snow White to Rapunzel, all that there is to childhood stories has been fantasy. The yearning to listen to stories that are too good to be true and filled with magical beings in magical worlds never really leaves us. If it did, the LoTR fanbase wouldn’t have been this huge.
The Simpsons are famous for 3 things: Homer Simpson, Steamed Hams, and predicting 3254245342 things that came true. Okay, maybe not that exact number. But there are still way too many real life incidents whose mention we find in the popular shows. Nobody knows how the creators do it—many call them the illuminati. Others think the things never happened. Either way, one thing is for sure: The Simpsons have a great screenwriter, and that their jokes are always on fire.