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How The Television Has Evolved
The television counts among a handful of designs that most dramatically changed 20th-century society. As this illustrated poster by Reddit user CaptnChristiana visualizes, the design has evolved mightily since the boxy retro contraptions of yesteryear, like the Emyvisor and the Marconi. With flatscreens and high-definition displays that can seem crisper and more colorful than reality itself, 21st-century viewers are comparatively spoiled.
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How The Television Has Evolved

The television counts among a handful of designs that most dramatically changed 20th-century society. As this illustrated poster by Reddit user CaptnChristiana visualizes, the design has evolved mightily since the boxy retro contraptions of yesteryear, like the Emyvisor and the Marconi. With flatscreens and high-definition displays that can seem crisper and more colorful than reality itself, 21st-century viewers are comparatively spoiled.

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To help launch Dating Naked, the network sent a troupe of dancers to show off more than their skills in public.
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To help launch Dating Naked, the network sent a troupe of dancers to show off more than their skills in public.

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With season two concluded, Graeme Manson and John Fawcett talk about orchestrating a great second act for an unexpected breakout show.
"I think it’s good for the show and for keeping people on the edge of their seats, to some degree. One, to not necessarily trust new characters. And two, anyone can die at any given moment. So having characters drop away, and new characters arrive, and characters that show up that you’re not sure whether to trust—I think that’s all part of this thrill ride that we’re trying to create."
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With season two concluded, Graeme Manson and John Fawcett talk about orchestrating a great second act for an unexpected breakout show.

"I think it’s good for the show and for keeping people on the edge of their seats, to some degree. One, to not necessarily trust new characters. And two, anyone can die at any given moment. So having characters drop away, and new characters arrive, and characters that show up that you’re not sure whether to trust—I think that’s all part of this thrill ride that we’re trying to create."

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