I can still remember the days when couples were not show sleeping in the same bed (I Love Lucy), where fathers were more of role models (Father Knows Best) than complete idiots (Homer Simpson) and many other taboos back then that are commonplace nowadays. The “liberalization of television” has come a long way as you will see in the following infographic by DirectTVDeal.com.
Game of Thrones can be confusing for people that are just beginning to get into it. That is why Connect Your Home set out to create this infographic to help get both new and seasoned fans, alike, up to speed with what’s going on in Westeros. This infographic will take you on a journey through Robert’s Rebellion and how he got his seat on the Iron Throne.
Sitcoms are 30-minute funny TV shows. Have you ever thought of how old this genre is? It’s actually older then the television, and the pioneers of sitcoms started yet with a radio. See how they have been coming through decades in this infographic by Custom Writing.
ABC’s sizzling drama “Scandal” explores the explosive personal and professional intrigue at a Washington D.C. crisis management firm. This infographic presented by InsuranceQuotes delves into the numbers behind four life-changing moments that have rocked several characters in the show. Check it out below to learn more.
How will you deal with the zombie hordes once the world ends? TV Duck has put together an infographic highlighting 15 interesting facts about the show The Walking Dead. Think you know which characters have taken down the most walkers, or what strangeness happens behind the scenes in production? Find out below!
The Walking Dead is an American television drama series created by Frank Darabont, based on the comic book series of the same name by Robert Kirkman, Tony Moore, and Charlie Adlard. The series stars Andrew Lincoln as sheriff’s deputy Rick Grimes, who rouses from a coma to discover the world dominated by flesh-eating “walkers”, looking like the zombies of George A. Romero’s horror movies. He starts to get a hold of his family and bump into a lot of other survivors along the way.
Even though pay TV is declining in the Untied States, Europe is seeing a growth. So what exactly is creating this growth? Check out the infographic below presented by ClickSoftware to learn more about it.
Many American’s anxiously await football season. Football has become a big part of our culture. However, during football season, cable and satellite providers get bombarded with customer service inquiries. This infographic presented by ClickSoftware provides a look at how Americans watch football as well as how cable and satellite companies are dealing with customer service.
Here is a fun infographic from the folks at Design Basics that looks at the home design and construction process as taught by “Mike Brady” and his list of favorite homes from TV history.
In the following infographic by Beenius, learn more about the advanced interactive TV technology available for TV providers globally.
Reality TV has become a staple in American television and one of the most popular shows is Survivor. On Survivor, contestants compete to, well, survive. And with that comes danger. So who takes care of these contestants when they get injured or ill? That would be the on-site medical staff.
In August, Real officially launched the RealPlayer Android app. As part of the development process for the free video app, research revealed interesting times and ways that people were using their cell phone. In addition to more people viewing TV shows or news on their mobile device, cell phones and tablets are becoming an integral part of the TV watching experience video trends.
This infographic by Clarity Way showcases AMC’s award-winning TV show Breaking Bad. Throughout the show, we’ve seen protagonist Walter White, immerse himself in the drug world, and just narrowly elude the cops through luck and a web of lies. But there are a few loose ends he has yet to tie up. Take a look at our infographic to see which loose ends could unravel Walter White’s web of lies.