- Title Pages
- Introduction: Histories
- Chapter 1 The Writer/Producer in American Television
- Chapter 2 The Lack of Influence of <i>thirtysomething</i>
- Chapter 3 <i>Twin Peaks</i>: David Lynch and the Serial-Thriller Soap
- Chapter 4 Quality/Cult Television: <i>The X-Files</i> and Television History
- Introduction: The Series/serial Form
- Chapter 5 Television and the Neo-Baroque
- Chapter 6 Serial Narrative and Guest Stars: <i>Ally McBeal's</i> Eccentrics
- Chapter 7 The Representation of Youth and the Twenty-Something Serial
- Chapter 8 Violence and Therapy in <i>The Sopranos</i>
- Chapter 9 Television, Horror and Everyday Life in Buffy the Vampire Slayer
- Introduction: Receptions
- Chapter 10 Cult TV, Quality and the Role of the Episode/Programme Guide
- Chapter 11 Creating ‘Quality’ Audiences for <i>ER</i> on Channel Four
- Chapter 12 The Bartlet Administration and Contemporary Populism in NBC's <i>The West Wing</i>
- The Contemporary Television Series
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