Complex TV: The Poetics of Contemporary Television Storytelling
Rok vydání: 2015
Vydavatelství: New York University Press
Počet stran: 391
CDF katalogizace: E821 Cizojazyčné publikace
Předmětová hesla: kinematografie
Complex TV offers a sustained analysis of the poetics of television narrative, focusing on how storytelling has changed in recent years and how viewers make sense of these innovations. Through close analyses of key programs, including The Wire, Lost, Breaking Bad, The Sopranos, Veronica Mars, Curb Your Enthusiasm, and Mad Men the book traces the emergence of this narrative mode, focusing on issues such as viewer comprehension, transmedia storytelling, serial authorship, character change, and cultural evaluation. Developing a television-specific set of narrative theories, Complex TV argues that television is the most vital and important storytelling medium of our time.