Entwicklung der Geschichte vom Fernsehspiel zur Hypermedia TV Narrative: Contemporary Serial Culture, Quality TV Series in a New Media Environment

Nelson, Robin (2013) Entwicklung der Geschichte vom Fernsehspiel zur Hypermedia TV Narrative: Contemporary Serial Culture, Quality TV Series in a New Media Environment. In: Transnationale Serienkultur: Theorie, Ästhetik, Narration und Rezeption neuer Fernsehserien. Film, television, media culture . Springer Fachmedien, Wiesbaden, pp. 21-43. ISBN 9783531178684
Creators:Nelson, Robin
Abstract:

[BOOK ABSTRACT]
TV series such as Alias, CSI, Fringe, Gray's Anatomy, Six Feet Under, Heroes, Lost, Private Practice, The Shield, The Sopranos, Dexter, True Blood, 24, Ugly Betty and The Wire are world-wide popular. Especially the last decade produced a variety of formats, which under the label "Quality TV" enthused both a wide audience as well as critics and sworn fanatics. As a paradigmatic characteristic of a "convergence culture", the narrative and economic spaces of the new series unfold beyond the boundaries of individual media and require a redefinition of the subject of the investigation.
The volume brings together contributions that address the aesthetics and narrative of these new series as well as the changing modes of recitation and the new theoretical aspects of the series culture.

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Date:2013
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