Historical Approach to Television Criticism. Movie Review (Movie Review Sample)
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You should pick a specific episode of a TV series that aired before 1995.
he essay should include deep historical background analysis as more as possible and some auteur analysis, beyone the surface level (all of this should related to the episode that you picked)(see detials in file)
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Historical Approach to Television Criticism
Movie directors and producers have over the years been able to expound on various societal issues in TV series and films. Some of these concerns such as racism despite being acknowledged by the government and the public at large, no actions are usually taken to address them. However, through films, movie producers succeed in highlighting these aspects in their entirety as themes. They highlight on the detrimental impacts that these issues and concerns are having in society and in some cases, also share on ways to tackle them. There are also some that show the benefits of conclusively dealing with those issues in the mutual growth of all members in society. One notable TV series is the American legal drama LA Law that was created by Steven Bochco and Terry L Fisher that ran for 8 seasons between 1986 and 1994. LA Law reflected and depicted most of the cultural and social ideologies that characterized the 1980s and early 1990s in America. It had 172 episodes that centered on different societal issues including racism, sexual assault/harassment, homosexuality, abortion, and capital punishment. The essay seeks to examine episode 13 of season 5 of LA Law dubbed Dances with Sharks that aired on February 14th 1991 and focused on the themes of racism, sexual assault and homophobia.
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