Thirtysomething at Thirty

Thirtysomething at Thirty

An Oral History

Book - 2017
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Thirty years ago, thirtysomething was created by Marshall Herskovitz and Edward Zwick. Winner of thirteen Emmys, the ground-breaking series explored an unlikely subject matter - the existential angst of seven baby boomers. This book contains interviews with all the main cast and crew telling how they crafted the series. Read the final episode that never aired because it sparked a law suit; essays from Ann Lewis Hamilton, Joseph Dougherty and Peter Horton; and see never before released photos from the cast's personal collection.
Publisher: Albany, GA :, BearManor Media,, 2017.
ISBN: 9781629331034
1629331031
Characteristics: xi, 370 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Contents: Foreword / by Ann Lewis Hamilton
Introduction / by Scott Ryan
Oral history
Season 1
Season 2
The samurai school of directing
Season 3
Season 4
My MAD-venture / by Nick Meglin
Goodbye, Gary Shepherd / by Peter Horton
A fifth season?
California, here we come? / by Scott Ryan
Excerpt from the first draft of "California"
And in the end
Afterword / by Joseph Dougherty
Interview data
Special thanks
About the author.
Summary: Thirty years ago, thirtysomething was created by Marshall Herskovitz and Edward Zwick. Winner of thirteen Emmys, the ground-breaking series explored an unlikely subject matter - the existential angst of seven baby boomers. This book contains interviews with all the main cast and crew telling how they crafted the series. Read the final episode that never aired because it sparked a law suit; essays from Ann Lewis Hamilton, Joseph Dougherty and Peter Horton; and see never before released photos from the cast's personal collection.

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