Escaping into fiction is easy. Be it by book or through a movie or TV, the world of fiction is hardly difficult to come by. Pick up a book, and voila — you’re somewhere else. With that being said, however, there are certain restrictions. Audiences are bound by rigid limits, meaning that escapism exists only in the imagination. But thankfully, while the place itself might be fake, the filming location (probably) isn’t.
Audiences have been falling in love with fictional locations for years. Unlike movie sets, the places that characters frequent on TV stick with viewers. They’re revisited so many times that these locations start to feel ...
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