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1998-11-28 00:00:00 - State of SF on TeeVee - (stoodin101@aol.com)


Go to http://www.mania.com/tv/features/sftv.html and read the article there. D. Schow gets the opportunity to throw another barb at the new OL, among other things. But most of the article is positive. "It is said that Music is a universal language, crossing the barriers of culture, age, and language. Perhaps, eventually, we will learn that it also spans those of time... and space."

1998-11-28 00:00:00 - Re: State of SF on TeeVee - (riverrun@cnsp.com)


On 28 Nov 1998 05:51:48 GMT, stoodin101@aol.com (StoOdin101) wrote: >Go to >http://www.mania.com/tv/features/sftv.html >and read the article there. >D. Schow gets the opportunity to throw another barb at the new OL, among other >things. But most of the article is positive. > You must be a frustrated actor, because the producers and writers are taking a different view. RR

1998-11-28 00:00:00 - Re: State of SF on TeeVee - (floor13@bayarea.net)


This is a potentially interesting thread. I too have noticed that there is more SF/fantasy on TV than ever before. And, most of it is a bit better than the kind of garbage we used to get, tossed to us like table scraps from the networks. On the other hand, most of it is far from classic, too. On Sat, 28 Nov 1998 16:38:14 GMT, riverrun@cnsp.com (RR) wrote: >On 28 Nov 1998 05:51:48 GMT, stoodin101@aol.com (StoOdin101) wrote: > >>Go to >>http://www.mania.com/tv/features/sftv.html >>and read the article there. >>D. Schow gets the opportunity to throw another barb at the new OL, among other >>things. But most of the article is positive. >> >You must be a frustrated actor, because the producers and writers are >taking a different view. > >RR