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E he selects five key examples of the form tracing its continuities and its dramatic departures and drawing on exclusive and in depth interviews with many of the most famed auteurs in television historyTelevision has triumphantly come of age artistically; David Bianculli's book is the first to date to examine in depth and in detail and with a keen critical and historical sense how this inspiring development came abou. Really liked reading this I could definitely hear Bianculli s voice as I was reading since I ve heard him for years on NPR s Fresh Air Definitely appreciated reading about important TV broadcasts from the 50s and 60s The only trouble is the list of TV shows I must see is only getting longer

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The Platinum Age of Television

It is and crucially how it got that way In tracing the evolutionary history of our progress toward a Platinum Age of Television our age the era of The Sopranos and Breaking Bad and Mad Men and The Wire and Homeland and Girls he focuses on the development of the classic TV genres among them the sitcom the crime show the miniseries the soap opera the western the animated series and the late night talk show In each genr. The Platinum Age of Television An Evolutionary History of uality TV by David Bianculli is a free NetGalley ebook that I read in mid OctoberEpic in scope but with humble clear narration Bianculli groups TV shows together by genre where Peyton Place can mingle freely with Desperate Housewives at last then bookmarks these chapters with biographies of lead actors and TV hosts that are masters in their field It s a giant resource sized undertaking but Bianculli has done well to keep the topic fresh and relevant

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Television shows have now eclipsed films as the premier form of visual narrative art of our time This new book by one of our finest critics explains historically in depth and with interviews with the celebrated creators themselves how the art of must seebinge watch television evolved Darwin had his theory of evolution and David Bianculli has his Bianculli's theory has to do with the concept of uality television what. Who would think reading a book about TV would be fun I was a little apprehensive when I started reading I have watched most of these shows before whether they be reruns or first time on television David Bianculli a known TV critic wrote about how certain shows lead to or helped create a new world for television watchersThis book is separated into 13 parts or TV genres Within each section there are approximately 5 shows that get a specific look into them but there are also talk of shows that interlink the next to the previous At the end of most sections there is a personal profile of 1 or people that helped to make or expand that particular genreThis book while over 500 pages in my ARC took a while to read I am glad that I did My knowledge of the shows are greatly increased and I have a better understanding of television overallThank you DoubleDay Books and NetGalley for the digital ARC of this book to g


10 thoughts on “The Platinum Age of Television

  1. says:

    Platinum reads on occasion like a college textbook but that's probably because author Bianculli is an associate university professor However it's also fairly well researched which is likely due to his journalistic background he's worked at numerous newspapers since the mid 70's in TV criticismWhile not an exhaustive overview on th

  2. says:

    Who would think reading a book about TV would be fun? I was a little apprehensive when I started reading I have watched most of these shows before whether they be reruns or first time on television David Bianculli a known TV critic wrote about how certain shows lead to or helped create a new world for television watchersThis book is separated into 13 parts or TV genres Within each section there are approxima

  3. says:

    Except for one really off putting digression into a defense of Bill Cosby and the use of the term alleged non consensual sexual miscon

  4. says:

    The Platinum Age of Television An Evolutionary History of uality TV by David Bianculli is a free NetGalley ebook that I read in mid OctoberEpic in scope but with humble clear narration Bianculli groups TV shows together by genre where Peyton Place can mingle freely with Desperate Housewives at last then bookmarks these chapters with biographi

  5. says:

    This is a thorough thoughtful book about the evolution of television Arranged by genres it highlights some of the most important prog

  6. says:

    Repeats itself a lot probably so each individual chapter can exist on its own or can be read out of order but when you do read the whole thing and why wouldn't you? the freuent restatement of facts and credits ge

  7. says:

    This is a Goodreads First Reads reviewThis is a great overall view of how modern television came to be All shows and their creators are organized by category and there is a nice diversity of shows that the author covers with both in depth reviews and smaller segments

  8. says:

    More like reading an encyclopedia of television than a coherent narrative Good in bits and pieces particularly the biographical sketches but not something you read cover to cover with a story line

  9. says:

    Really liked reading this I could definitely hear Bianculli's voice as I was reading since I've heard him for years on NPR's Fresh Air Definitely appreciated reading about important TV broadcasts from the 50s and 60s The o

  10. says:

    Workmanlike review of the major influential shows by genre over the seventy plus years of the history of television

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