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The New New Title Sequence



The Jinx, HBO show, title sequence

We've been watching the Making a Murderer Netflix series, which is absolutely maddening. The opening title sequence follows the super-imposed, layered, fade-through style that most new shows seem keen to riff off of, but I believe was made popular by True Detective. Here are some others I've spotted recently, though I couldn't find the sequence for The Jinx. My favorite is for The Honorable Woman. The Making a Murderer sequence is the weakest. 

Posted by Eric Obenauf on 11 January, 2016 making a murderer, the honorable woman, the jinx, true detective | 0 comments
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