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By David Rotenberg


“Simply put, I don’t think I would’ve found my voice as an actor without David. ” — Scott Speedman, actor

Act has the roadmap for the most crucial task of an actor: getting present. ” — Shawn Doyle, actor

A lively, conversational textbook dedicated to the art ... Read more

Approaching the Possible

By Jo Storm

Serving as a comprehensive introduction for those who are just starting to watch, while also providing long-time viewers with an episode-by-episode guide to the entire eight seasons, this book is a must-have addition to any Stargate SG-1 fan's library.

Best Served Cold

By Erin Balser


Revenge has never been so sweet.

A critical and commercial hit, Revenge was followed fanatically for each of its four seasons. Consistently the #1 show in its timeslot, Revenge was ABC’s biggest primetime hit since Lost, and the first series to match the kind of success ... Read more

Bite Me!

By Nikki Stafford


It’s been 10 years since Buffy Summers first walked into the Sunnydale High library and came face-to-face with her Watcher, who told her she was the Chosen One who would save the world from vampires. In the seven seasons that Buffy the Vampire Slayer was on TV, we watched ... Read more

Chasing Zebras

By Barbara S. Barnett


“I look for zebras because other doctors have ruled out all the horses. ” — Dr. Gregory House

Medical students are taught that when they hear hoofbeats, they should think horses, not zebras, but Dr. House’s unique talent of diagnosing unusual illnesses made House, M. ... Read more

Crash Into Me

By Robyn Burnett

A new spin on the concept of teen alienation. Roswell is an intense, intelligent drama inviting the question: what if aliens survived the famous U.F.O. crash of 1947? Based on the popular book series Roswell High by Melinda Metz, the show explores the lives of three alien/human ... Read more

Dimensions Behind the Twilight Zone

By Stewart T Stanyard
Foreword by Neil Gaiman

?In the chronicles of television’s history, Rod Serling’s Twilight Zone is considered by far the medium’s quintessential creation. The CBS series that debuted in 1959 and aired for 156 episodes offered black-and-white morality plays both terrifying and poignant. Each week ... Read more

Don't Stop Believin'

By Erin Balser & Suzanne Gardner

The kids in McKinley High School’s glee club, New Directions, might not be the most popular, but Glee is unquestionably a runaway hit. Since its premiere in May 2009, Glee has exploded as one of the most popular hours on TV, earning an astounding 19 Emmy nominations in its ... Read more

Don’t Stop Believin’

By Erin Balser & Suzanne Gardner


“The ultimate resource for truly dedicated fans. ” — School Library Journal

The kids in McKinley High School’s glee club, New Directions, might not be the most popular, but for six years Glee was unquestionably a runaway hit. During its spectacular run from 2009–2015, ... Read more