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  • Taschenbuch: 400 Seiten
  • Verlag: Touchstone; Auflage: Reissue (21. Mai 2013)
  • Sprache: Englisch
  • ISBN-10: 1476739676
  • ISBN-13: 978-1476739670
  • Größe und/oder Gewicht: 14 x 2,5 x 21,3 cm
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Alan Sepinwall has been writing about television for close to twenty years. Formerly a TV critic for the Newark Star-Ledger (Tony Soprano's hometown paper), he currently writes the popular blog What’s Alan Watching? on HitFix.com. Sepinwall's episode-by-episode approach to reviewing his favorite TV shows, "changed the nature of television criticism," according to Slate, which called him, "the acknowledged king of the form." Visit AlanSepinwall.com.


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1 von 1 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich Von imelda am 7. Juni 2014
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Wer sich für Fernsehserien interessiert, sollte dieses Buch lesen. Viele Hintergrundinfos und tolle Einblicke in die Entstehungsgeschichte einiger großer amerikanischer Fernsehserien. Der Mann schreibt übrigens nur über Serien, die er toll findet. Aber das sind natürlich auch die besten Serien ever (The Wire, Sopranos, Breaking Bad u. a.).
Was nervt sind die vielen Anmerkungen, die im gedruckten Buch natürlich unten auf der Seite zu finden sind. Im E-Book sind sie irgendwo mitten drin (kursiv gedruckt). Irgendwann gewöhnt man sich aber dran, darüber hinweg zu lesen.
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Von Ellbeh am 14. Januar 2014
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Wer Serien liebt (und gut Englisch kann), der wird dieses Buch mögen!
Habe dadurch ganz neue Sichtweisen auf diverse Serien bekommen.
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Von LemuelG am 27. Dezember 2013
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An excellent overview of the great TV series of our time. Very well written, with many statements from the creators of these series.
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0 von 1 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich Von Stefan Sasse am 10. Januar 2013
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If you are interested in the advent of the new TV series at all, I truly recommend this book. It is great stuff.
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A solid read on a number of milestone television series of the modern era 14. November 2012
Von Lawrence Chu - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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Full disclosure: I've only read the series I've followed start to finish, as each individual section potentially contains spoilers for the series in question. These include: The Wire, Buffy, 24, Friday Night Lights, Breaking Bad, and Mad Men. (I'm still in the middle of BSG. Really need to get back to that.)

However, for those shows, Alan Sepinwall delves into the history of each series and the people involved in getting it off the ground, generally from origin to present. For The Wire, for example, he covers how David Simon's and Ed Burns' association, and how each of the series they'd worked on--notably The Corner and Homicide--helped build into being able to release the show in question. Using interviews and quotes with the people in question (or archival quotes when certain people, generally from showrunners who are still in the middle of production, are unavailable), Sepinwall's essays create a vivid history--undoubtedly mildly rose-colored but still authentic--of the production of each of the series, and he very clearly defines what he believes makes each of the series listed so important to how television is viewed now.

Each essay is self-contained, thankfully; while other shows are discussed in each chapter, it's typically used in a historical context (as a lot of the show creators involved worked with one another previously) one can avoid most spoilers for a series by not reading the chapter involved. This doesn't work for all of them; there was a mention of a character death in The Sopranos, but without context I can't figure out how important it is. (The book may take for granted that one knows about most of the plot points in The Sopranos.) Aside from that, however, the chapters I read were limited to coverage of the shows themselves.

Sepinwall makes a good argument for the shows listed as to how they've influenced modern television. I can't argue that it manages it 100% (one of the arguments for Friday Night Lights was the DirecTV distribution deal that came with the third season, and Sepinwall acknowledges that it was previously done with the NBC soap Passions) but his arguments are worth reading anyway just to hear the industry side as to how a lot of these series managed to be so successful (or survive by the skin of their teeth).

If you're a modern television enthusiast, you owe it to yourself to give this a read.
12 von 12 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich
Interesting read, but a little by the numbers 27. November 2012
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Nice read for TV junkies like me. Lots of interesting details about the behind-the-scenes of various shows in the TV canon, although it does remind me a bit of the Steve Jobs bio where interviews don't necessarily give you any deep insight if the interviewee refuses to talk about things.

I did feel like it was let down a little by the fixed chronological nature of each chapter. Sometimes it felt like the main point of the chapter was reached halfway through, but then there were a few more pages tacked on because the whole show's chronology had to be covered. It could have been a stronger book if it had weaved together examples from various shows to make some bigger point other than "TV sure is great nowadays".

Note: I skipped the last two chapters since I haven't seen those shows yet.
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Fantastic study on television shows but needs some proofreading 24. Dezember 2012
Von Theresa Dickison - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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I'll preface this review by saying I'm a bit of a television junkie which means I was probably predisposed to like this book before I purchased it. However, I do believe that even if you are just a casual television watcher, you will enjoy this book quite a bit. It is, at its heart, a discussion by the author of how some specific television shows changed the way shows were made and how audiences' expectations for television were changed by them. The shows are all recent [almost all from 2000 on (except for Buffy which began in the 90's but ended in the 00's)].

The book is not stuffy or endlessly philosophical but an engaging and detailed synopsis of how each show came to be, what its creators intended for it, slip-ups along the way and their eventual ending.

You don't need to have watched every show that is discussed in this book. I, for example, didn't watch either The Sopranos or The Wire when they were on. I've seen the occasional episode but could never really get "into" either of those shows. That didn't stop me, however, from enjoying the chapters on those two shows. In fact, I've decided to rent episodes of The Wire and give that show another shot after reading that particular chapter. The author enjoyed some pretty enviable access to show creators and you find yourself wishing you could have been in on those interviews.

The only beef that I have with the book (and why I gave it four stars) is that the quantity of grammatical errors is pretty high in this book. I can expect one or two in a professionally published book, but even a self-published book needs to be proofread before being putting out there. There are at least three or four sentences in every chapter that make no sense. Of course, you can figure out what the author meant but when the grammatical errors are so numerous that a reader actively gets distracted by them, that's too many errors.
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A Mixed Bag 13. Februar 2013
Von Uncle Grambo - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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Sepinwall should be commended for self-publishing this book, and I'm fully in support of him as a critic and writer. That said, I was not as into this book as I was hoping to be. Some of the chapters, particularly "The Sopranos" and "The Wire" portions, were excellent reads, but I was hoping he would go a bit deeper on the analysis and ease up a bit on the interviews. It also didn't really work hard enough, in my estimation, to get me to go watch the few shows that were covered in this book (like "Deadwood," for example) that I haven't already seen.
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Great Deal 17. November 2012
Von Pensky - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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For the $7 Kindle version, this is a steal.

Sepinwall is my favorite TV critic and I had a great time reading this book: his analysis of the TV dramas that have changed the way the medium presents itself.

It must be said that each chapter on a different show discusses the show in detail, so spoilers abound. If you've seen all of these shows, or you just cherry pick which chapter you want to read, you'll be presented with a great overall breakdown of the mentality behind each show and what made each unique and special.

Thanks Alan!
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