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Saturday Night Live FAQ: Everything Left to Know About Television's Longest Running Comedy

Here We Go Again: My Life In Television

by Betty White

A MEMOIR OF BETTY WHITE’S FIRST FIVE DECADES ON TELEVISION—AS IRREVERENT AND IRRESISTIBLE AS THE BELOVED ACTRESS HERSELF

BETTY WHITE first appeared on television in 1949 and has gone on to have one of the...


Sitcom: A History in 24 Episodes from I Love Lucy to Community

by Saul Austerlitz

A carefully curated tour through TV comedy series, this mixtape of fondly remembered shows surveys the genealogy of the form, the larger trends in its history, the best of what the genre has accomplished, and...


Encyclopedia of Television 4 Vol Set

by Horace Newcomb

The Encyclopedia of Television, second edtion is the first major reference work to provide description, history, analysis, and information on more than 1100 subjects related to television in its international...


Who Goes There - 50th Anniversary Edition

by Nick Griffiths

NEW UPDATED EDITION celebrating 50 years of Dr Who. Who Goes There is the sequel to Nick's hugely popular Doctor Who memoir, Dalek I Loved You. It's a travel book with Doctor Who at its core. Nick travels England...


World Politics on Screen: Understanding International Relations Through Popular Culture

by Mark Sachleben

Increasingly resistant to lessons on international politics, society often turns to television and film to engage the subject. Numerous movies made in the twentieth and twenty-first centuries reflect political...


The World of Star Trek

by David Gerrold

In The World of Star Trek, David Gerrold opens up dialogue on the people, places, and events that made Star Trek one of the most popular series ever. Gerrold discusses what was successful and what wasn’t,...


Movies and TV: The New York Public Library Book of Answers

by Melinda Corey, Diane Corey & George Ochoa

If you're a movie or television fan - how many of these questions can you answer?

  • What was the last picture show in The Last Picture Show?
  • Where was the stagecoach headed in Stagecoach?
  • What was the name...

  • Famous Robots and Cyborgs: An Encyclopedia of Robots from TV, Film, Literature, Comics, Toys, and More

    by Dan Roberts

    Famous Robots and Cyborgs is a high-octane voyage through the history of our metallic friends and foes. Dan Roberts narrates the history, strengths, weaknesses, quirks, and foibles of a plethora of fictional...


    Dangerously Funny: The Uncensored Story of "The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour"

    by David Bianculli

    An unprecedented behind-the-scenes look at the rise and fall of The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour -- the provocative, politically charged program that shocked the censors, outraged the White House, and forever...


    A Source Book in Theatrical History

    by A. M. Nagler

    A rich resource for students of theater and theater historians, this volume features an annotated collection of more than 300 unusually interesting and detailed articles. Passages by contemporary observers from...


    Star Trek 101: A Practical Guide to Who, What, Where, and Why

    by Terry J. Erdmann

    In the future, a heroic captain and his crew explore the Galaxy in a really fast spacecraft. The crew's standing orders are:

    "...to explore strange new worlds, to seek out new life and new civilizations, to...


    Star Trek: The Magic of Tribbles

    by Terry J. Erdmann, Gary Hutzel & Paula M. Block

    Originally conceived of more than thirty-five years ago, these dimunitive creatures have become stars in their own right. With uncanny grace and ease they have won hearts and upstaged stars.

    They are tribbles....


    Media History and the Archive

    by Craig Robertson

    By the time readers encounter academic history in the form of books and articles, all that tends to be left of an author's direct experience with archives is pages of endnotes. Whether intentionally or not,...


    Dramatic Story Structure: A Primer for Screenwriters

    by Edward J. Fink

    A successful screenplay starts with an understanding of the fundamentals of dramatic story structure. In this practical introduction, Edward J. Fink condenses centuries of writing about dramatic theory into...


    African American Viewers and the Black Situation Comedy: Situating Racial Humor

    by Robin R. Means Coleman

    Providing new insight into key debates over race and representation in the media, this ethnographic study explores the ways in which African Americans have been depicted in Black situation comedies-from 1950's...


    Who Is the Doctor: The Unofficial Guide to Doctor Whothe New Series

    by Graeme Burk & Robert Smith?

    Penned by the authors of the famed sci-fi series’ fanzine collections, this entertaining combination of episode guides and essays is a must-have for all Doctor Who aficionados. The handbook explores all facets...


    From Starship Captains to Galactic Rebels: Leaders in Science Fiction Television

    by Kimberly Yost

    Drawing upon her background in Organizational Leadership, the author looks at the various representations of leadership in science fiction programs of the last 50 years. She examines how the various leaders...


    Star Trek FAQ 2.0 (Unofficial and Unauthorized): Everything Left to Know About the Next Generation, the Movies, and Beyond

    Native Americans on Network TV: Stereotypes, Myths, and the "Good Indian"

    by Michael Ray FitzGerald

    This book argues that the US is a great colonial power and that this is clearly evident in network television’s treatment of minorities and colonized peoples. This book argues that televised representations...