03063oam 22005534a 450 991048068850332120210713020110.00-8147-4496-610.18574/9780814744963(MiAaPQ)EBC1991882(Au-PeEL)EBL1991882(CaPaEBR)ebr11065865(OCoLC)905658558(MdBmJHUP)muse86916(DE-B1597)548589(DE-B1597)9780814744963(EXLCZ)99371000000043098520160107d2015 uy 0engurcn#nnn|||||rdacontentrdamediardacarrierComplex TVThe Poetics of Contemporary Television Storytelling /Jason MittellLondon :New York University Press,op. 2015.Baltimore, Md. :Project MUSE,2021©op. 2015.1 online resource (x, 391 p.)0-8147-6960-8 0-8147-7135-1 Includes bibliographical references and index.Front matter --Contents --Acknowledgments --Introduction --1. Complexity in Context --2. Beginnings --3. Authorship --4. Characters --5. Comprehension --6. Evaluation --7. Serial Melodrama --8. Orienting Paratexts --9. Transmedia Storytelling --10. Ends --Notes --Index --About the AuthorOver the past two decades, new technologies, changing viewer practices, and the proliferation of genres and channels has transformed American television. One of the most notable impacts of these shifts is the emergence of highly complex and elaborate forms of serial narrative, resulting in a robust period of formal experimentation and risky programming rarely seen in a medium that is typically viewed as formulaic and convention bound. Complex TV offers a sustained analysis of the poetics of television narrative, focusing on how storytelling has changed in recent years and how viewers make sense of these innovations. Through close analyses of key programs, including The Wire, Lost, Breaking Bad, The Sopranos, Veronica Mars, Curb Your Enthusiasm, and Mad Men the book traces the emergence of this narrative mode, focusing on issues such as viewer comprehension, transmedia storytelling, serial authorship, character change, and cultural evaluation. Developing a television-specific set of narrative theories, Complex TV argues that television is the most vital and important storytelling medium of our time.TelewizjaprogramytekstyjhpkNarracjajhpkTelewizjasztuka pisaniajhpkElectronic books.TelewizjaprogramyNarracja.Telewizjasztuka pisania.808.2/25Mittell Jason(1970- )1051658New York University Press.pblMdBmJHUPMdBmJHUPBOOK9910480688503321Complex TV2482326UNINA