A great TV show deserves a great title sequence. Think Game of Thrones’ intro, in which the raven view of the board game-esque map shows the players involved in the story. Or think of The Sopranos sequence, in which Tony is driving around New Jersey as if it were his kingdom. Or the beginning of Dexter, in which the extreme close up shots of a simple morning routine look almost psychopathic. But what is it that makes a title sequence so good?