VANCOUVER, CANADA — It's true what they say: Everything is bigger on TV. That is, unless you're on the set of CW's The Flash.
If it looks massive on the small screen, that's because it is.
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In the police station, a 40-foot mural-adorned wall towers over the two-story set. The coffee shop, also two stories, has metal columns along the bar as giant lighting fixtures hang above in the room that could host a party of 50. The set of S.T.A.R. Labs is so cavernous, that your footsteps echo slightly upon entrance
Yeah, it's cool and quite clear no expense was spared on the set — and this was before the show delivered recording ratings for the network, becoming the most-watched series premiere in its history, with 6.1 million viewers in Live+3 Day Nielsen ratings. (No surprise, it seems, that it was on Tuesday given a full season order.) Read more...
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