(Applause Books). Announcing the first volume in an exciting new series sure to become a fan favorite. Here is the inaugural edition of TV Year , a new survey of the most recent complete season of over 200 drama, comedy, reality, and game shows, and more, from all the major networks. Readers will now be able to make up their own minds as to whether or not we've entered qthe new golden age of television, q as Jon Cassar remarked upon accepting his 2006 Emmy Award for best director for a drama series for 24 . This book includes: * Every significant prime time (8 to 11pm) broadcast series, both new and returning, that aired on television from August 2005 through July 2006. * Complete credits and detailed, opinionated summaries of each show with excerpts of reviews and behind the scenes gossip. Initial air date and closing date, cast changes, and notations about cancellation. Each entry also notes the DVD availability of each series. * TV Year includes the season's mini-series and TV movies and lists the nominees and winners of the Emmy Awards. Film and TV expert John Kenneth Muir also can't help but add a few non-prime time shows as well that have become cultural events in their own right, including qThe Daily Show, q qThe Colbert Report, q and qReal Time with Bill Maher.qTHAT. 70S. SHOW. (FOX) (CANCELED) (30 minutes) (Wednesdays at 8:00 pm. EST; November 2, 2005-May 18. ... Donna attempted to arouse Eric long- distance with sexy photographs of herself, a plan that went awry in aquot;Stone Cold Crazy.
|Author||:||John Kenneth Muir|
|Publisher||:||Hal Leonard Corporation - 2007-05-01|