The center of all of this will be the “Warner Bros. Tell-A-Vision,” planned to be located at 419 Congress Ave. in downtown Austin throughout the festival. There, visitors can observe and interact with exhibits featuring Chuck Lorre of “Two and a Half Men” and “The Big Bang Theory,” non-electric “Revolution” presentations and an opportunity to pitch digital show ideas for The CW’s digital studio.
“What Powers You?” is the exhibit dedicated to “Revolution.” Because the show tells the story of a world without electricity, the displays and demonstrations will follow suit. Visitors can expect reclaimed-material sculptures, moonshine distillers and more.
Chuck Lorre, the creator and executive producer of shows like “The Big Bang Theory,” “Two and a Half Men” and “Mike & Molly,” will be the focus of a “What Doesn’t Kill Us Makes Us…?” exhibit. This will feature artistic renderings of Lorre’s notorious vanity cards.
In the “How Do You Like to Watch?” exhibit, The CW will feature its shows and will offer visitors the chance to pitch their own digital programming for CWD, The CW’s digital studio. Recorded pitches will be reviewed, and one pitcher will get the chance to meet with CWD executives for consideration on the digital network.