Thursday, December 24, 2009

TV on the Internet, Episode 27: The Best Drama Series of the Decade, Part 1

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Todd and Libby join up with Jason Mittell to talk about their favorite dramas of the Aughts, places 30-11. We talk about Joss Whedon, two spy shows that debuted in the same season, one of the best things to ever come out of Canada and just why Todd's junk food TV is better than Libby's junk food TV (or maybe why it's not).

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TV on the Internet, Episode 27: The Best Drama Series of the Decade, Part 1

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The entirety of the episode is dedicated to discussion of the bottom 2/3 of the drama list, which includes the following shows:

11. 24
12. Buffy the Vampire Slayer
13. In Treatment
14. Veronica Mars
15. Rescue Me
16. The West Wing
17. Everwood
18. Firefly
19. Dexter
20. Doctor Who
21. Sons of Anarchy
22. CSI
23. Alias
24. Rome
25. House
26. Six Feet Under
27. Angel
28. Once & Again
29. Slings and Arrows
30. Grey’s Anatomy

Also, we talk about our top five reality series of the decade, which include:

1. The Amazing Race
2. Survivor
3. American Idol
4. Top Chef
5. Project Runway

Clips are from Grey's Anatomy (Episode: "Bring the Pain," script by Shonda Rhimes), Six Feet Under (Episode: "Everyone's Waiting," script by Alan Ball), CSI: Crime Scene Investigation (Episode: "Loco Motives," script by Evan Dunsky), Firefly (Episode: "Out of Gas," script by Tim Minear), Veronica Mars (Episode: "Pilot," script by Rob Thomas), Buffy the Vampire Slayer (Episode: "The Body," script by Joss Whedon) and Survivor (Episode: "The Final Four").

This Week's Music:

Christmas Harp - Elegant Expressions of Christmas with Celtic & Concert HarpsJenny Crook
"Ding! Dong! Merrily on High" (mp3)
from "Christmas Harp - Elegant Expressions of Christmas with Celtic & Concert Harps"
(Classic Fox Records)

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Jason Mittell said...

One correction to the podcast: season 2 of The Joe Schmo Show, whose praises I sung, is actually now out on DVD. Gotta check it out!

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