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    Crossing Over: TV shows from other countries popularity in the US

    With shows ranging from the obvious (The Office) to others of less prominence (Degrassi), what does it take for a show to catch on in the US? With a show like the Office, it seemed a US version was needed, but shows such as Degrassi made it internationally and then had others based off of them. What others are there and what writers, directors, actors made became bigger because of it?

    • Including some examples of US remakes that weren’t successful can lend more depth to the reasoning behind these remakes – Anna Samson 3 months ago
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    • As the devil's advocate, what about foreign TV shows that ought to never be remade for US audience, because they nobody will be able to 'get it right'? – greenturnedblue 3 months ago
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    • I like the topic but perhaps you can identify 1-2 shows you would like potential writer to discuss or rephrase: "What two other shows are there and what writers, directors, actors did it make bigger because of it? – Montayj79 3 months ago
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    • I could see this being popular. There are plenty of shows I would like to see brought to the US. – Hannahegeorge 2 months ago
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    1, 3, 4, 2, and we’ll pretend 5 didn’t happen. I never thought too much about why he was back in New York in 3, but it’s true there was little explanation outside of John McClane is a bit of an a-hole. It was a great action movie nonetheless.

    Yipee-Ki-Yay: The Die Hard Story So Far

    Very well written and highlights a period of time when Kanye was nearly immaculate lyrically. Even across his first three albums after this long, they lyrically hold up and the strides he made are evident (even if, as mentioned, we don’t love him as a person).

    The College Era Lyrics and Ego of Kanye West

    Kanye could switch gears with the best musical artists in history while maintaining work that was relevant and Yeezus was proof of this, I think the article touches on this very nicely. From MBDTF to Yeezus, you’d almost not recognize it is the same artist.

    Kanye West and Modernism: In Defense of Yeezus