Can you recognise the main rooms from your favourite TV shows?

4 Nov 2016

Stranger Things. Image: Christian Bertrand/Shutterstock

How well do you know Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Breaking Bad, Stranger Things and Gilmore Girls? These floor plans are for superfans.

Humans have evolved into healthier, taller, cleaner versions of our species in recent years. We’ve also developed a thirst for binge-watching TV shows.

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The soap opera weekly omnibus kick-started proceedings, as entertainment in the home became stored in a heavy, remote-controlled box of colour.

Soon there were boxsets of dramas and action series’, with Christmas presents in the form of VHS and DVD.

However, streaming has brought this to another level, with Netflix front and centre in driving the binge-watching phenomenon.

Shows like Homeland, House of Cards, Narcos and Stranger Things have become weekend-long experiences, and fandom is at such a level that we probably know the exact layout of particular sets.

The California-headquartered streaming giant is growing fast around the world. It recently added 3.2m international subscribers and 370,000 domestic US subscribers in the third quarter.

This was largely due to the successful original content it has released in the past year.

On that, NeoMam and have created a series of detailed floor plans from some of our favourite shows.

Can you tell how accurate they are?

Buffy the Vampire Slayer


Buffy’s house

Breaking Bad


The White residence

It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia

It's always sunny in Philadelphia

Charlie & Frank’s apartment

Stranger Things

Stranger Things

Joyce’s house

Mr Robot


Elliot’s apartment

Arrested Development

Arrested Development

The model home

Gilmore Girls


Lorelai and Rory’s house



221B Baker Street

Stranger Things. Image: Christian Bertrand/Shutterstock

Gordon Hunt was a journalist with Silicon Republic