T.V. HOUSE HISTORIAN KNOWS ALL TV SITCOM HOUSES THROUGH THE YEARS!
T.V. HOUSE HISTORIAN KNOWS HIS TELEVISION HOMES OF SITCOMS AND MORE!
T.V. HOUSE HISTORIAN TOP SITCOM HOUSE TELEVISION HISTORIAN ON HOMES ON TV
T.v House Historian has been busy, check out what he's been up too. He's the master of recreating through computer videos layouts of the t.v. show homes. Anyone of those shows T.v. House History does, comes out clear, read about his views on things:
Says T.v. House Historian, "There seems to be this voyeuristic itch that gets scratched when TV viewers are allowed inside someone else's home every week. Have you ever walked through a neighborhood and wondered subconsciously,"
"I wonder how these people live? What do they do for a living? How is the house decorated? What are their tastes? Whether we choose to admit it or not, we all get curious about what's going on inside. Television sitcoms about family life scratches this itch for us!".
Each week viewers get to take a peek through the fourth wall of their favorite television family, laugh a little, cry a little. For us, the dwelling which surrounds the TV family holds just as many fond memories for us as the home we grew up in. For me, that idea was the driving force behind the T.v. House Historian project from the beginning.
Recreating television home spaces is his way of giving his fellow viewers that "BEING THERE" factor. Most people in his generation grew up in front of the television, so these TV spaces still hold a great deal of nostalgia for them and us.
The top T.v. House Historian also added: "I just think there's something intriguing about being able to get inside these spaces and see them as they actually were. What's more is I love knowing that my videos make peoples' day. I frequently get messages on my videos from fans thanking me for allowing them to get away from their lives for a moment and get into these spaces virtually. It's a nice respite from real life!"
To this genius of TV homes there's nothing more thrilling than having people enjoy something he enjoys creating. He also think people love seeing the magic of TV exposed. "To our minds, the house shown on the show appears plausibly real. My videos do away with the smoke and mirrors and expose the utter implausibility of TV houses".
Currently, T.v. House Historian has 2 projects going: the first one, which is almost finished, is the set of Seinfeld. The next project is Lucy and Ricky's apartment from I Love Lucy. Then after that, maybe All In The Family. who knows what'll be next. Stay Tuned