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Title Transatlantic television drama [electronic resource] : industries, programs & fans / edited by Matt Hills, Michele Hilmes, and Roberta Pearson.
Publication Info New York, NY : Oxford University Press, [2019]



Descript xi, 316 pages : illustrations ; 26 cm
Contents Introduction: flying the flag for contemporary transatlantic television drama / Matt Hills, Michele Hilmes and Roberta Pearson -- Making Masterpiece matter: the transnational cultural work of America's longest-running drama program / Michele Hilmes -- Traveling Without a passport: "original" streaming content in the transatlantic distribution ecosystem / Karen Petruska and Faye Woods -- BBC America: cloning drama for a transnational network / Christine Becker -- Branding bridges: sky Atlantic, 'quality' imports and brand integration / Sam Ward -- Sherlock and Elementary: the cultural and temporal value of high-end and routine transatlantic television drama / Roberta Pearson -- Mainstream trends and masterpiece traditions: ITV's Downton Abbey as a hit heritage drama for Masterpiece in the United States / Eva N. Redvall -- Boundary collisions in HBO-BBC transnational coproduction: Rome and Parade's End / Robin Nelson -- Metacommentary and mythology: episodes as a performance of transatlantic TV / Jonathan Bignell -- Game of Thrones: investigating British acting / Gary Cassidy and Simone Knox -- Black Mirror as a Netflix original: program brand "overflow" and the multidiscursive forms of transatlantic TV fandom / Matt Hills -- Contextualizing quality US television programs for the United Kingdom: The Guardian's media blog and the role of critics / Paul Rixon -- Fans, fezzes and freebies: branding British television series at the San Diego Comic-Con / Lincoln Geraghty -- From imagined communities to contact zones: American monoculture in transatlantic fandoms / Lori Morimoto -- Crossing over the Atlantic: SuperWhoLock as transnational/transcultural fan text / Paul Booth.
Note .
ISBN 9780190663124 (hardcover)
9780190663131 (paperback)
9780190663162 (companion website)
9780190663148 (Updf)
9780190663155 (Epub)
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Subject Television programs -- United States -- History and criticism.
Television programs -- Great Britain -- History and criticism.
Television broadcasting -- United States -- History -- 21st century.
Television broadcasting -- Great Britain -- History -- 21st century.
Alt author Hills, Matt, 1971-
Hilmes, Michele, 1953-
Pearson, Roberta E.
Descript xi, 316 pages : illustrations ; 26 cm
Contents Introduction: flying the flag for contemporary transatlantic television drama / Matt Hills, Michele Hilmes and Roberta Pearson -- Making Masterpiece matter: the transnational cultural work of America's longest-running drama program / Michele Hilmes -- Traveling Without a passport: "original" streaming content in the transatlantic distribution ecosystem / Karen Petruska and Faye Woods -- BBC America: cloning drama for a transnational network / Christine Becker -- Branding bridges: sky Atlantic, 'quality' imports and brand integration / Sam Ward -- Sherlock and Elementary: the cultural and temporal value of high-end and routine transatlantic television drama / Roberta Pearson -- Mainstream trends and masterpiece traditions: ITV's Downton Abbey as a hit heritage drama for Masterpiece in the United States / Eva N. Redvall -- Boundary collisions in HBO-BBC transnational coproduction: Rome and Parade's End / Robin Nelson -- Metacommentary and mythology: episodes as a performance of transatlantic TV / Jonathan Bignell -- Game of Thrones: investigating British acting / Gary Cassidy and Simone Knox -- Black Mirror as a Netflix original: program brand "overflow" and the multidiscursive forms of transatlantic TV fandom / Matt Hills -- Contextualizing quality US television programs for the United Kingdom: The Guardian's media blog and the role of critics / Paul Rixon -- Fans, fezzes and freebies: branding British television series at the San Diego Comic-Con / Lincoln Geraghty -- From imagined communities to contact zones: American monoculture in transatlantic fandoms / Lori Morimoto -- Crossing over the Atlantic: SuperWhoLock as transnational/transcultural fan text / Paul Booth.
Note .
ISBN 9780190663124 (hardcover)
9780190663131 (paperback)
9780190663162 (companion website)
9780190663148 (Updf)
9780190663155 (Epub)
Subject Television programs -- United States -- History and criticism.
Television programs -- Great Britain -- History and criticism.
Television broadcasting -- United States -- History -- 21st century.
Television broadcasting -- Great Britain -- History -- 21st century.
Alt author Hills, Matt, 1971-
Hilmes, Michele, 1953-
Pearson, Roberta E.

Subject Television programs -- United States -- History and criticism.
Television programs -- Great Britain -- History and criticism.
Television broadcasting -- United States -- History -- 21st century.
Television broadcasting -- Great Britain -- History -- 21st century.
Descript xi, 316 pages : illustrations ; 26 cm
Contents Introduction: flying the flag for contemporary transatlantic television drama / Matt Hills, Michele Hilmes and Roberta Pearson -- Making Masterpiece matter: the transnational cultural work of America's longest-running drama program / Michele Hilmes -- Traveling Without a passport: "original" streaming content in the transatlantic distribution ecosystem / Karen Petruska and Faye Woods -- BBC America: cloning drama for a transnational network / Christine Becker -- Branding bridges: sky Atlantic, 'quality' imports and brand integration / Sam Ward -- Sherlock and Elementary: the cultural and temporal value of high-end and routine transatlantic television drama / Roberta Pearson -- Mainstream trends and masterpiece traditions: ITV's Downton Abbey as a hit heritage drama for Masterpiece in the United States / Eva N. Redvall -- Boundary collisions in HBO-BBC transnational coproduction: Rome and Parade's End / Robin Nelson -- Metacommentary and mythology: episodes as a performance of transatlantic TV / Jonathan Bignell -- Game of Thrones: investigating British acting / Gary Cassidy and Simone Knox -- Black Mirror as a Netflix original: program brand "overflow" and the multidiscursive forms of transatlantic TV fandom / Matt Hills -- Contextualizing quality US television programs for the United Kingdom: The Guardian's media blog and the role of critics / Paul Rixon -- Fans, fezzes and freebies: branding British television series at the San Diego Comic-Con / Lincoln Geraghty -- From imagined communities to contact zones: American monoculture in transatlantic fandoms / Lori Morimoto -- Crossing over the Atlantic: SuperWhoLock as transnational/transcultural fan text / Paul Booth.
Note .
Alt author Hills, Matt, 1971-
Hilmes, Michele, 1953-
Pearson, Roberta E.
ISBN 9780190663124 (hardcover)
9780190663131 (paperback)
9780190663162 (companion website)
9780190663148 (Updf)
9780190663155 (Epub)

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