This work indexes books, dissertations and journal articles that mention television shows. Memoirs, autobiographies, biographies, and some popular works meant for fans are also indexed. The major focus is on service to researchers in the history of television. Listings are keyed to an annotated bibliography. Appendices include a list of websites; an index of groups or classes of people on television; and a list of programs by genre. Changes from the second edition include more than 300 new shows, airing on a wider variety of networks; 2000-plus references (more than double the second edition); and a large increase in scholarly articles. The book provides access to materials on almost 2300 shows, including groundbreaking ones like All in the Family (almost 200 entries); cult favorites like Buffy: The Vampire Slayer (200-plus entries); and a classic franchise, Star Trek (more than 400 entries for all the shows). The shows covered range from the late 1940s to 2010 (The Walking Dead). References range from 1956 to 2013.Quiz. Medical. Ben Casey Birdland Breaking Point Buck James Chicago Hope City Hospital City ofAngels Cutter to ... Lincoln Medic Medical Center Medical Story Medicine Ball New Doctors, The Nightingales Noaha#39;s Ark Nurse Nurses, ... Deal Or No Deal Ditto Down You Go Draw Me a Laugh Family Feud Hold That Note Hollywood Squares Information, Please Ita#39;s About Time Ia#39;ve Got a Secret Jeopardy!
|Title||:||Television Program Master Index|
|Author||:||Charles V. Dintrone|
|Publisher||:||McFarland - 2014-01-28|