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is the tv sitcom genre dead???
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DerAl



Joined: 28 Nov 2002
Posts: 22
Location: Germany

PostPosted: Thu May 26, 2011 5:43 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Hey,

i think the sitcom genre is not dead. so many sitcoms run and rerun in german tv.
maybe the kind of sitcom and comedy was changing a bit... tims new sitcom works with a new technic of camera.

sitcom is good to relax and let the day end...

EDIT:
why is my signature not shown?

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DerAl
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Emrad



Joined: 12 Jan 2009
Posts: 225
Location: DM12

PostPosted: Sat May 28, 2011 7:51 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

I agree, yeah, itís not dead at all.
I still continue to be impressed with Mike & Molly, with Billy Gardell and Melissa McCarthy. (By the way, I got a chance to see some of Billy Gardellís stand up comedy and heís great!)
We watched an episode of Mike & Molly the other night where mike got sick. Molly and Mikeís mom took turns kidnapping him back and forth to take care of him, hilarious!

I still watch the old ones, though. Once upon a time they filmed sit-coms like little movies, on film, you know? With major sets and scenes filmed on location and on outdoor sets in daylight. Then came the videotaped shows with the Norman Lear/Danny Arnold style, that more or less took place on one set before a live audience and were more like stage plays. Then there were shows that started off being filmed like movies, and, some time during their run, made the transition to the video styleÖ Happy Days was one of thoseÖ I confess I like the earlier episodes.
Nowadays many of the sit-coms look like they are probably hybrids of both styles of shooting.

No matter how you splice it, thereís plenty of good humor on the air.

I havenít seen Timís new sit-com. ÖHadnít even heard it was on yet. Iíd like to see it.

Emrad
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