>>156846408>no, Fox opted not to air Serenity as the first.
That's what I said, retard. Except I explained why.>Whether it's the reason you said it is I'm not sure.
Joss says it in the director's commentary for the episode. He specifically shot scenes with actors at the edges of the widescreen area, not for meaning, but to push for it airing in widescreen.>Notice how the entire opening scene is setting up the world the show takes place in
You must be dumb, because that's normal for tv shows at the time. The first 6 episodes would all have those elements in them, to help new viewers watch. They do that less now that serialized tv has dominated, but you still see it in the big shows that the networks make, because they are still more episodic.>There's also exposition that's pointless if you're watching it as episode 2
It's a show from 2001, not 2021. It's pacing is going to be different, see my previous point.