TV Revolution

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Bravo explores groundbreaking moments in television history that, quite literally, sparked a "TV Revolution." From "I love Lucy" to "Married with Children," "All in the Family" to "Sex in the City," and "Soap" to Queer Eye for the Straight Guy," some of the most momentous events concerning women, minorities, sex and violence in television are covered in this 5-part series, beginning Sunday, May 23 (9:00-10:00 p.m. ET) with back-to-back episodes airing on subsequent nights. Television, one of the most powerful mediums in American culture, simultaneously reflects and fuels social change. By blending history with the portrayal of sex, violence, minorities, women and homosexuality on television, "TV Revolution" touches on some of the greatest and most controversial moments of the small screen. Viewers are given a first-hand understanding of this dramatic history through the eyes of the actors, producers, and directors who lived and worked through it, and the television historians that have documented it. "TV revolution" includes the following episodes:
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  • A great tv show from the Bravo network.

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    This was a pretty good television series. As is normal with good television shows, this one did not last long enough. This is a show that I would suggest watching if you get the chance. Check the bargain bins at Wal-Mart, the online movies sites (Amazon.com and such) and all of the cable channels that run old shows. Nick at Nite and TV Land are great for theses kind of shows. They will even do a week long spot for shows that only had 6 or so episodes. Then you have your super stations. They run a bunch of old shows too. All in all a pretty good show that did not get a good enough chance. Sometimes it is a simple as the show it is up against. Look at Law & Order. It is one of the longest running shows on TV. They moved it to go up against Lost. After about 2 weeks of getting pounded in the ratings it was moved back to it's original time slot. Shows like this should be given more of an opportunity.moreless

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