by Liz Shannon MillerGreat television can be like a dense forest — full of wonders, but full of dangers. It's easy to get lost. That's why there are the Skip It/Watch It Guides, here to help you navigate around the lightning sand and R.O.U.S.s.
Liz has been weeding out the least successful installments of good shows for two years now, and for this collection she's created original guides for some of television's most iconic series, including "Buffy the Vampire Slayer," "Battlestar Galactica," "Doctor Who," "The West Wing" and "The X-Files."
Want to witness the dawn of great serialized sci-fi? This guide will get you through the rough early years of "Star Trek: Deep Space Nine." Want to avoid the one season of "Friday Night Lights" that's unwatchable? Not only will you find out which one it is, you'll also find out what you're missing by skipping it. Love great sitcoms, but want to avoid the awkward early episodes? You'll dodge some bullets from the first seasons of "Parks and Recreation" and "New Girl."
Featuring contributions by Whitney Bishop and Andreanna Ditton, as well as a foreword by "Farscape" executive producer Richard Manning, "Liz Tells Frank: The Skip It/Watch It Guides" is a fun, irreverent and occasionally highly subjective look at the great shows of the past two decades. Because you should waste your time with good TV, not bad.
|Title||Liz Tells Frank|
|eBook format||ebook, (torrent)|
|Author||Liz Shannon Miller|
|File size||3.9 Mb|
|Book rating||3.82 (11 votes)