Books tagged: Television

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Kings of Madison Avenue

By Jesse McLean

 

Mad Men beguiles like a Christmas catalog of all the forbidden vices … a sleek, hard-boiled drama with a soft, satirical core. ” —New York Times

“If this is the future of TV, the future’s looking good. ” — USA Today

Not since a certain mob boss battled anxiety ... Read more

Lost Ate My Life

Foreword by Javier Grillo-Marxuach
By Amy J. Johnston

 

?“Lost Ate my Life!” is not the authors’ self-referential statement. Instead, it is the collective cry of the hardened fan base for ABC’s pop-culture phenomenon. The book has two central ideas: first, that the creators of Lost created a shift in the thinking of online ... Read more

Love You to Death

By Crissy Calhoun

 

Go deep into the heart of Mystic Falls with this episode-by-episode look at the first season of The Vampire Diaries.

Premiering in the thick of the vampire craze, The Vampire Diaries has proven itself to be much more than yet another addition to the overpopulated, undead pop-culture ... Read more

Love You to Death – Season 4

By Crissy Calhoun

 

The ultimate Vampire Diaries fan bible returns

With a foreword by co-creator Julie Plec, the fan-favorite Love You to Death series returns with an essential guide to the fourth season of The CW’s hit show The Vampire Diaries. This season four companion delves headlong into ... Read more

Love You to Death — Season 5

Foreword by Kevin Williamson
With Heather Vee

 

With a foreword by co-creator Kevin Williamson, the fan-favorite Love You to Death series returns with an essential guide to the fifth season of The CW’s hit show The Vampire Diaries. As the series hits its 100th-episode milestone, this companion delves headlong into the ... Read more

Pretty, Pretty, Pretty Good

By Josh Levine

 

Readers can’t curb their enthusiasm for Pretty, Pretty, Pretty Good.

As a comedian, then producer of Seinfeld, and subsequently the creator and star of Curb Your Enthusiasm, Larry David cultivated a fanatical following. In his early stand-up days, if he walked on stage and ... Read more

Saving the World

By Hillary Robson & David Lavery

This insightful collection of essays weighs in on the incredible appeal of the new hit show Heroes and why it has attracted such a diverse anddevoted following. Featuring archetypal characters with a twist?including a time traveler, a painter prophet, a schizophrenic stripper, ... Read more

The Doctors Are In

By Graeme Burk & Robert Smith?

Get acquainted with the eccentric alien known as the Doctor

From his beginnings as a crotchety, anti-heroic scientist in 1963 to his current place in British pop culture as the mad and dangerous monster-fighting savior of the universe, the titular character of Doctor Who has ... Read more