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In case you hadn't noticed, we're already nearing the middle of a fantastic year for TV.

With Mad Men finally returning, season two of Game of Thrones outdoing season one and Homeland providing the best 24 substitute since, well, 24, staying in to watch the tube is now officially preferable to going out and talking to other people.

To celebrate their love for television, Eurydyka Kata & Rafal Szczawinski at re:design have created these teasing posters that summarise classic shows with just three icons apiece.

Give it a go and see how well you do. Answers are at the bottom.











(Answers: 1. Friends, 2. Mad Men, 3. Game of Thrones, 4. Sex and the City, 5. House, 6. Californication, 7. True Blood, 8. Lost, 9. Buffy The Vampire Slayer, 10. Dexter)



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