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Television Series Revivals: Sequels or Remakes of Cancelled Shows (Anglais) Broché – 14 juillet 2009


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Did Gilligan and his fellow castaways ever get rescued? Is Dr. Marcus Welby still making house calls? Is Marcia Brady single? What kind of father did Beaver Cleaver grow up to be? Those questions and many, many more about your favorite TV characters are answered in this unique and entertaining book, which examines every TV series remake and sequel produced from 1955-1992."A useful and entertaining volume" -Booklist

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Lee Goldberg's many TV writing and/or producing credits include Martial Law, SeaQuest, Diagnosis Murder, The Cosby Mysteries, Hunter, Spenser: For Hire, Nero Wolfe, Missing and Monk. He's also the author of My Gun Has Bullets, Beyond the Beyond, Successful Television Writing, Unsold Television Pilots 1955-1990 and the Diagnosis Murder and Monk series of original mystery novels.

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Lee Goldberg est apparu trois fois sur la liste des meilleures ventes du New York Times. Il a été nommé deux fois pour un Edgar Award (prix du roman policier).

Auteur et producteur de télévision, il a à son actif les séries Hunter, SeaQuest, Spenser: For Hire, Diagnosis Murder, The Glades et Monk. Il a publié King City, Watch Me Die, ainsi que les histoires policières qui constituent les séries Diagnosis Murder et Monk. Il est aussi l'auteur avec Janet Evanovich de la série de bestsellers Fox & O'Hare (dont Pros and Cons, The Heist et The Chase).

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HASH(0x9a574138) étoiles sur 5 Poorly Compiled Book 23 septembre 2012
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This poorly compiled book does little more than what a simple online search could do: tell you what "revivals" there are of TV series. The major problem is that there are some odd rules as to what the author includes and refuses to include: it must have continuing characters and have been cancelled for at least one year, and certain kinds of shows are not included like those based on literary characters, variety shows, and game shows. It makes no sense to write a book on Television Series Revivals, and then tell the reader that you're not going to include all television series revivals!

The entries are poorly written and poorly ordered. In the first version of the book that I read, he does a quick plot and character summary of the original and revivals, then AFTER that includes the details about the revival stars and years. So he's telling you plot details about revivals before he gets to basic information like when the show ran. You have to keep flipping pages to figure out what he's talking about! And while most shows get about a page, Star Trek gets 13--count them--13 pages in the original version I read.

Then to be completely inconsistent, sometimes he includes details on feature film revivals, while other times he doesn't. And sometimes he doesn't include any information at all other than listing the cast and dates of the original and revival! He also makes no distinctions between shows that were truly revived with the same actors (like the Brady Bunch turning into the Brady Brides) and those that have nothing to do with each other except a title or a few characters decades apart with no similar actors. He also throws in TV shows that were "revived" in syndication, when most are programs with the same cast just flipped from one network to a bunch of local stations. It's frustrating reading and a bit of a joke.

Save your money and look for a list online or in the Complete Director of Prime Time Network TV Shows. Those give you as much, if not more, accurate information on the subject.
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