Warner Bros. Television SXSW 2013 Photos

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Warner Bros. Television made its South by Southwest debut at the SXSW 2013 Interactive festival today, popping up an immersive space — Warner Bros. Tell-A-Vision — in Austin, Texas, dedicated to the art of storytelling.

Friday, March 8, at the Tell-A-Vision space featured exhibits dedicated to the high-powered humor of top comedy writer/producer Chuck Lorre (TV’s Two and a Half Men and The Big Bang Theory, the book What Doesn’t Kill Us Makes Us Bitter), as well as the powered-down world of WBTV’s hit NBC drama Revolution (Mondays 10/9c, new episodes return March 25).

Warner Bros. Television SXSW 2013 Photos

Arrow rain ponchos keep SXSW attendees dry (and hooded) outside the Warner Bros. Tell-A-Vision experience in Austin. (Photo Credit: ©2013 Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc. All Rights Reserved.)

Arrow rain ponchos keep SXSW attendees dry (and hooded) outside the Warner Bros. Tell-A-Vision experience in Austin. (Photo Credit: ©2013 Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc. All Rights Reserved.)

SXSW attendees unleash their inner Bazinga in The Big Bang Theory ball pit that’s part of the fun Chuck Lorre interactive exhibit at the Warner Bros. Tell-A-Vision experience. (Photo Credit: ©2013 Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc. All Rights Reserved.)

SXSW attendees unleash their inner Bazinga in The Big Bang Theory ball pit that’s part of the fun Chuck Lorre interactive exhibit at the Warner Bros. Tell-A-Vision experience. (Photo Credit: ©2013 Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc. All Rights Reserved.)

SXSW attendees unleash their inner Bazinga in The Big Bang Theory ball pit that’s part of the fun Chuck Lorre interactive exhibit at the Warner Bros. Tell-A-Vision experience. (Photo Credit: ©2013 Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc. All Rights Reserved.)

SXSW attendees unleash their inner Bazinga in The Big Bang Theory ball pit that’s part of the fun Chuck Lorre interactive exhibit at the Warner Bros. Tell-A-Vision experience. (Photo Credit: ©2013 Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc. All Rights Reserved.)

Analog social networking (in this case, Austin, Texas–based artist Jon Lawrence represents Instagram) is the order of the day in the powered-down world of Revolution at the Warner Bros. Tell-A-Vision experience at SXSW. (Photo Credit: ©2013 Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc. All Rights Reserved.)

Analog social networking (in this case, Austin, Texas–based artist Jon Lawrence represents Instagram) is the order of the day in the powered-down world of Revolution at the Warner Bros. Tell-A-Vision experience at SXSW. (Photo Credit: ©2013 Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc. All Rights Reserved.)

A SXSW attendee explores the wit and wisdom of Chuck Lorre’s interactive exhibit, which includes art gallery renderings of vanity cards from his new book What Doesn’t Kill Us Makes Us Bitter, at the Warner Bros. Tell-A-Vision experience at SXSW. (Photo Credit: ©2013 Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc. All Rights Reserved.)

A SXSW attendee explores the wit and wisdom of Chuck Lorre’s interactive exhibit, which includes art gallery renderings of vanity cards from his new book What Doesn’t Kill Us Makes Us Bitter, at the Warner Bros. Tell-A-Vision experience at SXSW. (Photo Credit: ©2013 Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc. All Rights Reserved.)

This working six-wheeled sculpture, designed by Austin, Texas–based artist Jon Lawrence, is part of the powered-down Revolution exhibit at the Warner Bros. Tell-A-Vision experience at SXSW. (Photo Credit: ©2013 Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc. All Rights Reserved.)

This working six-wheeled sculpture, designed by Austin, Texas–based artist Jon Lawrence, is part of the powered-down Revolution exhibit at the Warner Bros. Tell-A-Vision experience at SXSW. (Photo Credit: ©2013 Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc. All Rights Reserved.)

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