It looks dull and washed out today, almost the same way as the second episode of "Max Bickford". Could it be that they switched from film to video on this one too? The first two episodes had very good picture quality, and were clearly film-based. What's going on CBS?
Usually, I find complaints about "poor picture quality" are a result of grainy cinemagraphy, which is supposedly intentional, which I guess some lower-resolution TV's just show as a washed out image since they can't resolve the fine detail of the grain. But tonight's show was definitely low-resolution. It looked much more like a DVD than an HD show. I wonder was it filmed in 16mm, or intentionally down-res'd? Or maybe is was shot slightly de-focussed?
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