Turn on your TV (again)
In honor of TV Turn-Off Week, I wanted to link to my dissenting comments from last year for any newer readers – my opinions haven’t changed, so I’ll be dutifully watching!
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random thoughts from media scholar Jason Mittell
Check out my books:Complex TV: The Poetics of Contemporary Television Storytelling How To Watch Television Television & American Culture
Genre and Television: From Cop Shows to Cartoons in American Culture
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- RT @bloodhaiI: https://t.co/7IDW49vaD0 12 hours ago
- RT @JamesFallows: Will say it one more time: however you assess HRC campaign skills, her ad-making team is v good at what they do https://t… 12 hours ago
- Please, @nottjmiller, film a TED talk dramatic reading of this as Ehrlich Bachman! twitter.com/mattbuchanan/s… 16 hours ago
- RT @midwestspitfire: If fat women were finally what derailed that Trump train… it’s too much. The brain cannot fathom such well-constructed… 16 hours ago
- RT @NoelMu: ICYMI, for your lunchtime perusal, I wrote about how “prestige TV” defaults to adults-only, and why that may be a problem. http… 17 hours ago
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