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The best bathroom reading ever! San Francisco Chronicle. The shows that got awayluckily. Hollywood Reporter Packed with amusing failures. Chicago Sun-Times Irresistible and enthralling. Hartford Courant Full of fools gold and genuine TV treasures. The New York Post Finally in paperback! This two-volume set will tell you everything you could possibly want to know about theThe best bathroom reading ever! San Francisco Chronicle. The shows that got awayluckily. Hollywood Reporter Packed with amusing failures. Chicago Sun-Times Irresistible and enthralling. Hartford Courant Full of fools gold and genuine TV treasures. The New York Post Finally in paperback! This two-volume set will tell you everything you could possibly want to know about the thousands of TV series ideas rejected by the networks since 1955 who made them, who starred in them, what they were about, and why they ultimately failed....

Title : Unsold Television Pilots: Vol. 1: 1955-1976
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ISBN : 9780595194292
Format Type : Paperback
Number of Pages : 428 Pages
Status : Available For Download
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Unsold Television Pilots: Vol. 1: 1955-1976 Reviews

  • Jacqui
    2019-04-21 04:29

    This non-fiction book chronicles a work spanning decades and culminating in a massive book detailing TV series that were created but rejected for long term viewing.This reference book is written as a list divided into TV season years and subdivided into networks and genres. Each entry gives you info about the stars, the plot of the pilot, the production companies and sometimes more info about whether the pilot was sent in a different direction or whether it was stopped there and then. The author explains where the idea for the book originated and writes an entertaining forward about pilots-where they came from and where they lead to.The book is not meant to be read as a book per se, but more to be referenced back to for the parts to be looked up. A very interesting list, but I was hoping for a few more explanations as to why the pilots never made it any further. I do commend the author on the dedication it must have taken to compile this epic tome.Thanks to Netgalley for the chance to review the book.

  • Lee Goldberg
    2019-04-13 08:03