12 great uses of typography in logos for TV shows

When we fall in love with a TV show, it's often the little things – the theme, the opening titles, a catchphrase – that provoke the biggest emotional response. And with a carefully considered approach to typography, the logo design may often join this pantheon of iconic show elements.

Here we've compiled 10 TV shows from the '90s and beyond that have made remarkable use of typography and font style. Whether you're creating a logo for an entertainment property or any other type of brand, you're sure to find inspiration here. If you'd like more on this subject, see our post on the best TV show logos.

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