With religion on fictional television growing, why is it so difficult for press and PR to acknowledge this shift within the industry?
The Generation(s) of Television Studies symposium, held at the University of Georgia, made visible just how influential Horace Newcomb has been to the field.
There is nothing necessarily new about a character’s surprising return, but the particular attention to the absent mother taps into a current and contentious discourse of motherhood: attachment parenting.
This year posed a strongly economic undercurrent to the Oscar’s traditional nostalgia.
The Screen Actors Guild Awards are a bit of an oddity among the standard awards shows. They don’t have the glamour of the Oscars–though perhaps they do have a higher concentration of movie stars–and following so closely after the Golden…