There once was a time when television shows would have an opening credit sequence lasting between forty-two seconds to a minute long complete with a theme song and everything. And when a brand new character was added to the cast, part of the fun was finding out what clip show montage featuring this brand new cast member would be used in the opening credit sequence. Now there are hardly no opening credit sequences used at all. Now you just have the title of the television series and three seconds of music. Yeah, that means that there are forty-two seconds to a minute that can be now used for storytelling. But it means that the time honored tradition of getting to enjoy a forty-two second to a minute long opening credit sequence is no vanishing or mostly gone. And I miss those minute long theme songs which are fun to sing along with. Come on Hollywood, bring back the forty-two seconds to a minute long opening credit sequences. Maybe I'm alone is saying this, but I really enjoyed those opening credit sequences of the gold old days.
And as I'm lost in thought while drinking a steaming mug of coffee, here are some photos of Elisabetta Canalis.