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  • [Title]: Gomer Pyle, U.S.M.C.
    [Years aired]: 1964–1969
    [Network]: CBS

  • [Title]: Up All Night
    [Years aired]: 2011–2012
    [Network]: NBC

  • [Title]: Brutally Normal
    [Years aired]: 2000
    [Network]: The WB

  • [Title]: Nathan Barley
    [Years aired]: 2005
    [Network]: Channel 4

  • [Title]: Batman
    [Years aired]: 1966–1968
    [Network]: ABC

  • [Title]: Man Up!
    [Years aired]: 2011
    [Network]: ABC

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Because of the development of shooting methods, many TV also began to use Single-camera for sitcom shooting. This method of shooting can enhance the visual style, combining comedy and drama elements, so that the whole picture becomes more interesting and lively. The difference between a sitcom and a comedy series is based on the content of the show, not its form. Almost all of the 519 shows generated by the tool were Single-camera productions of the Situation Com.

As early as the end of the 20th century, this kind of filming method gradually became popular in television circles. A lot of directors started experimenting with the Situation Comedies in this way, and it was surprisingly popular with audiences. It’s a simpler, simpler way of shooting, and one can see at a glance what it’s all about. If you look at the Situation Comedies at random, you’ll find detailed headlines, time of filming, and platforms for broadcasting.

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