»Looking back at the last decade and a half, Mr. Martin argues, it’s clear that the serialized drama has matured into a distinct art form all its own, »the equivalent of what the films of Scorsese, Altman, Coppola, and others had been to the 1970s or the novels of Updike, Roth, and Mailer had been to the 1960s.« Television had become »the dominant art form of the era.««
- Michiko Kakutani

Fernsehen am Morgen: Michiko Kakutani über das Buch 'Difficult Men: Behind the Scenes of a Creative Revolution: From ‘The Sopranos’ and ‘The Wire’ to ‘Mad Men’ and ‘Breaking Bad’' von Brett Martin und warum dem TV ein neues, goldenes Zeitalter bevorsteht. Die Rezension bei der New York Times.

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