The Best Opening Credits of TV Series

In this article, we will list the best openings of all time for tv series. People usually skipping the intro part of the tv series but in this list, it's not gonna happen. Even you can open it for just the opening part, no joking. Let's check.




8. house of cards (NETFLIX)

This TV Series basically is a drama about a ruthless congressman and his equally ambitious wife who navigate the power in Washington DC. In the opening credits, we saw a large city with no people in it. Just some buildings to live but empty, cold, and devoid of any humanity. Great symbolism of political life is preparing you for the show.




7. six feet under (HBO)

Six Feet Under is showing us a life of a family who owned a funeral home in Los Angles. As you can pretend it's not just like about life, there is death may be more than life. In this opening, you can find anything about the funerals and characters.




6. game of thrones (HBO)

It's about George R.R. Martin's "A Song of Ice and Fire" medieval fantasies about power struggles among the Seven Kingdoms of Westeros. This opening credit shows the entire map of Westeros and the personal properties of the regions.




5. sense8 (NETFLIX)

Eight people connected with each other and they discovered that they have an intimate connection with one another with emotional, mental and physical implications. But someone's benefits are ruining because the job complexed. In the opening credits, we can see who lives where and what they think about.




4. true detective (HBO)

True Detective processing different times at the same time and in the beginning it's basically just about a murder case. But the thing far better and deeper than we think. You can watch this just for crime but if you want more than a detective story, the show presents you philosophical and ethical monologues and dialogues. The opening credits go by placing slow-moving, ethereal imagines of the characters in over the landscape of Louisiana and reveals character through the location.




3. mad men (LIONSGATE)

A look at the high-powered world of advertising in 1960s New York City, from the boardroom to the bedroom, focusing on one of the firm's most mysterious but extremely talented ad executives, Donald Draper. The opening credits captures the essence of Draper's life both as a person and as an ad-man. It starts off with Draper walking into his office, staring for a second at all his professional accomplishments.




2. the boardwalk empire (HBO)

Political boss Enoch Thompson runs Atlantic City at the dawn of Prohibition in this drama inspired by Nelson Johnson's non-fiction book 'Boardwalk Empire: The Birth, High Times, and Corruption of Atlantic City.' But you can find more than what you expect. How the things go while there is the prohibition in the USA, Clu Clux Clan's establishment eras, Al Capone's first years in mob... And you can find every little detail about the 1920s.




1. the sopranos (HBO)

The series about the life of a New Jersey mobster, Tony Soprano, on his home front. But it's not that simple. There are more families like his own. He needs to protect the situated order of his family from the feds and the others by leading right through the rules. If you take the organised crime from the show to throw away there is still a whole family matter to handle. And the show asking you questions and not giving an exact answer. When the show ends you can be a psychoanalyst, thinker... Opening credits have a great symbolism about Tony Soprano's status and decisions. Much you watch, much you understand. You will not regret it.

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