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    Live TV Musicals and Why They Are Failing

    FOX has released several live versions of musicals, most recently tackling Jesus Christ Superstar. They have previously opted to do Grease, Little Shop of Horrors, Hairspray, and others. Fans of these shows have offered mix reviews and criticism, including being dissatisfied with editing the tone and content of the shows. Why do these live, for-TV musicals continue to be made? Why are they not being met with the success and acclaim of their theatre counterparts?

    • Good topic. Maybe watching TV is different than being in a theater. Also, this topic could be approached contrasting recent TV musicals with ones from a decade ago or farther back to see what insight can be gathered. – Joseph Cernik 2 years ago
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    As someone who is currently watching Chuck (season 4!) I love that you wrote about it. It really is a great show, and I will miss it when I finish!

    Chuck, the Anti-Spy

    I loved this! I appreciate that you address the typical tropes of YA, yet still argue for their importance. It can seem frustrating and repetitive at times to read books with similar themes, but it overall shows that discussions need to be had and that the genre still has room for progression.

    Has Cliche’ in Young Adult Literature Decreased It’s Appeal to Adult Readers?

    I love how in depth this is and the analysis of what each antagonist represents. This definitely made me view each character in a different way!

    Harry Potter: The Importance of Antagonists