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Introduction: situating television studies
by Karen Lury

In defence of the objectivity of evaluative television criticism
by Ted Nannicelli

‘Quality television’ as a critical obstacle: explanation and aesthetics in television studies
by Elliott Logan

Broadcast drama and the problem of television aesthetics: home, nation, universe
by Helen Piper

Growing up and growing old with television: peripheral viewers and the centrality of care
by Amy Holdsworth and Karen Lury

People fever: on the popular passions of Peter Watkins’s La Commune (Paris, 1871)
by Manuel Ramos-Martínez

Rethinking television indies: the impact of American Playhouse
by Chelsea McCracken

Corruption and its (dis)content: the rise and fall of Chinese officialdom television dramas
by Ying Zhu

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