Includes bibliographical references (p. -252) and index
Fans and producers. The Russell T. Davies era : Authorship and organization ; The Doctor Who mafia : fans as textual poachers turned gamekeepers -- Genre and format. Time travel in new Who as comedy, soap opera, adventure- and science fiction ; TV horror : the importance of monsters -- Quality and mainstream TV. The 'quality TV' debate- and the value of Doctor Who ; Mainstreaming Who : the importance of music ; A mainstream cult?
Before Saturday March 26th 2005, "Doctor Who" had been off the air as a regular, new TV series for more than fifteen years; until a production team led by Russell T. Davies re-imagined the programme so successfully, so triumphantly, that it's become an instant Christmas tradition, a BAFTA winner, an international 'superbrand' and a number one rated show. It's even been credited with reinventing(More)
About The Author
Matt Hills is Reader in Media Cultural Studies at Cardiff University. He is the author of Fan Cultures (2002), The Pleasures of Horror (2005) and How To Do Things with Cultural Theory (2005)
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