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Sitcoms By Barth Hulley, Marc Blake, Stuart Allen
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Featuring winning scripts from THE SITCOM TRIALS. The Sitcom Trials is the comedy show where brand new sitcoms compete and the audience vote for the winner. It began on stage in 1999 and has enjoyed... More > successful runs as a touring show and on TV. This collection includes scripts that were performed during the 2004 and 2006 seasons of the ‘Trials’, a Sitcom pilot developed for TV with stand-up comedian and comic author Marc Blake, as well as a crop of other as-yet unperformed Sitcoms.< Less
Sitcoms for the Stage By Bryan Martin
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A collection of one-act comedies for the stage. "Sitcom” is a term generally used to describe what one might view on their television set virtually anytime they so desire. Yet, it is... More > here borrowed to describe these collected scripts for the stage because that is what they genuinely are. The situational comedy found within each is clearly the driving force behind its storytelling method. In the mold of traditional comedic structure, the eight one-act plays within SITCOMS FOR THE STAGE, will keep both audience and reader laughing from start to finish. The first four plays run from a half hour to forty-five minutes. These are followed by four ten-minute plays, which as a genre are become increasingly popular in today's theatrical world. The styles of Neil Simon and Jerry Seinfeld collide in the hysterical composition of each. For the avid theatre fan, the avid television fan, or anyone else who enjoys a good laugh, SITCOMS FOR THE STAGE will not disappoint.< Less
Sitcoms for the Stage By Bryan Martin
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A collection of one-act comedies for the stage. "Sitcom” is a term generally used to describe what one might view on their television set virtually anytime they so desire. Yet, it is... More > here borrowed to describe these collected scripts for the stage because that is what they genuinely are. The situational comedy found within each is clearly the driving force behind its storytelling method. In the mold of traditional comedic structure, the eight one-act plays within SITCOMS FOR THE STAGE, will keep both audience and reader laughing from start to finish. The first four plays run from a half hour to forty-five minutes. These are followed by four ten-minute plays, which as a genre are become increasingly popular in today's theatrical world. The styles of Neil Simon and Jerry Seinfeld collide in the hysterical composition of each. For the avid theatre fan, the avid television fan, or anyone else who enjoys a good laugh, SITCOMS FOR THE STAGE will not disappoint.< Less
The Settlement - A Television Pilot By Jack Truman
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THE SETTLEMENT is a new television comedy series about the dysfunctional world of an apartment complex community. Primarily set in the office, this hilarious comedy focuses on the staff of an... More > apartment complex, and the regular residents who reside there. The staff includes: Jimmy, the assistant manager, Scotty, your friendly maintenance man, Karen, the loud and controlling manager with a hidden heart of gold, and Barry, the manager of the local competing property across the street. Included with a colorful cast of local residents, and other employees, THE SETTLEMENT is a modern day THREE'S COMPANY meets THE OFFICE.< Less
The Settlement - A Television Pilot By Jack Truman
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THE SETTLEMENT is a new television comedy series about the dysfunctional world of an apartment complex community. Primarily set in the office, this hilarious comedy focuses on the staff of an... More > apartment complex, and the regular residents who reside there. The staff includes: Jimmy, the assistant manager, Scotty, your friendly maintenance man, Karen, the loud and controlling manager with a hidden heart of gold, and Barry, the manager of the local competing property across the street. Included with a colorful cast of local residents, and other employees, THE SETTLEMENT is a modern day THREE'S COMPANY meets THE OFFICE.< Less
iCarly TV Series By Peter Adams
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iCarly is an American teen sitcom that ran on Nickelodeon from September 8, 2007 until November 23, 2012. The series was created by Dan Schneider. It focuses on teenager Carly Shay, who creates her... More > own web show called iCarly with her best friends Sam Puckett and Freddie Benson. The show stars Miranda Cosgrove as Carly, Jennette McCurdy as Sam, Nathan Kress as Freddie, Jerry Trainor as Spencer, and Noah Munck as Gibby. It was taped at Nickelodeon on Sunset (season 1–5) and KTLA Studios (Season 6–7) in Hollywood, California. It was originally rated TV-Y7, and later changed to TV-G. The series finale, "iGoodbye", aired on November 23, 2012. iCarly is the fourth series created by Dan Schneider for Nickelodeon. Schneider originally wanted to make a new TV series starring Miranda Cosgrove; the original idea was that she play a normal girl who, in a twist of fate, gets cast to star in her favorite TV show, Starstruck.< Less
Thirty TV Type Scenes for Two People By Jim Chevallier
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This collection of original scenes for two people presents examples of the kinds of situations frequently seen in television shows such as police and hospital dramas and sitcoms: a doctor revealing... More > test results to a patient, a detective interrogating a suspect, a character scheming to deceive a friend... Each section is preceded by a discussion of the situations or locations in question and their use in such shows. Whether you are an actor looking for a scene to work on in class or a writer who would like to write for TV, this collection has a wealth of scenes and subjects to offer you.< Less
TV Programming Perspectives 2nd Edition By Stephen Winzenburg
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Tens of thousands of television programs have been broadcast over the past 60 years. This college textbook's 2nd edition uncovers how shows get on the air, what makes a hit, the popularity of cable... More > and how programs are censored. It also delves into the success of reality television, the impact of TV on children and the death of the family sitcom. (This is the longer version of the second addition that is no longer available in print. The 2nd revised print version is an updated and shorter version of this book.)< Less
TV Programming Perspectives 2nd revised edition By Stephen Winzenburg
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Tens of thousands of television programs have been broadcast over the past 60 years. This college textbook is a shorter revised version of the 2nd edition that uncovers how shows get on the air, what... More > makes a hit, the popularity of cable, the impact of television on children, and the greatest TV shows of all time.< Less
Ellen DeGeneres: Great TV Host and Comedian By Suzan Baker
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Ellen DeGeneres is an American comedian, actress, and TV personality who has a net worth of $250 million and an annual salary of $65 million. Ellen DeGeneres was born in Metairie, Louisiana. Early... More > in life Ellen worked at J.C. Penny and as a waitress at TGI Friday's. In her free time, she moonlighted at New Orleans comedy clubs until she was able to tour nationally. In 1982, Showtime named her the Funniest Person in America. Appearances on The Tonight Show led to a variety film and television roles. In 1994, she landed a sitcom of her very own, aptly titled "Ellen". The show aired 109 episodes over five seasons on ABC. The show reached the peak of its ratings in February of 1997, when DeGeneres's character came out as a lesbian. Shortly after this episode aired, DeGeneres herself came out officially on The Oprah Winfrey Show.< Less