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6th May '15 11:44:32 PM AHI-3000
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The television equivalent of the illustration on a book cover. This is a sequence at the beginning of the show (but generally after TheTeaser) It serves to let the viewers know what show they are watching. The title sequence is also called the "Opening Credits" or "Opening Sequence", though, strictly speaking, they do not have to include any actual credits. They do, however, always display the title of the program, usually in the form of a series logo (except in rare cases such as ''WesternAnimation/BatmanTheAnimatedSeries'' which never displays the title). For most shows, a ThemeTune is played during the sequence.

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The television equivalent of the illustration on a book cover. This is a sequence at the beginning of the show (but generally after TheTeaser) TheTeaser). It serves to let the viewers know what show they are watching. The title sequence is also called the "Opening Credits" or "Opening Sequence", though, strictly speaking, they do not have to include any actual credits. They do, however, always display the title of the program, usually in the form of a series logo (except in rare cases such as ''WesternAnimation/BatmanTheAnimatedSeries'' which never displays the title). For most shows, a ThemeTune is played during the sequence.
11th Jan '14 7:07:55 AM abateman
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Added DiffLines:

* VariationsOnAThemeSong
13th Dec '13 8:39:41 PM Prfnoff
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* CreditsRunningSequence
29th Apr '13 11:38:07 PM Alaukik
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The television equivalent of the illustration on a book cover. This is a sequence at the beginning of the show (but generally after TheTeaser) It serves to let the viewer know what show he's watching. The title sequence is also called the "Opening Credits" or "Opening Sequence", though, strictly speaking, they do not have to include any actual credits. They do, however, always display the title of the program, usually in the form of a series logo (except in rare cases such as ''WesternAnimation/BatmanTheAnimatedSeries'' which never displays the title). For most shows, a ThemeTune is played during the sequence.

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The television equivalent of the illustration on a book cover. This is a sequence at the beginning of the show (but generally after TheTeaser) It serves to let the viewer viewers know what show he's they are watching. The title sequence is also called the "Opening Credits" or "Opening Sequence", though, strictly speaking, they do not have to include any actual credits. They do, however, always display the title of the program, usually in the form of a series logo (except in rare cases such as ''WesternAnimation/BatmanTheAnimatedSeries'' which never displays the title). For most shows, a ThemeTune is played during the sequence.
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