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Death of Miniseries..

Discussion in 'TV Shows' started by Sky Captain, May 19, 2012.

  1. Sky Captain

    Sky Captain Well-Known Member

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  2. younger1968

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    I have the following mini-series:
    1. Rich Man, Poor Man
    2. Pearl Harbor
    3. V The mini-Series
    4. Once a Solder
    I am a huge fan of mini-series and was fortunate to grow up in the 1970s as a kid to experience some epic mini-series. I like to purchase winds of war, shogun, roots and other mini-series that have been released on dvd.
     
  3. Kevin Hewell

    Kevin Hewell Well-Known Member

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    I disagree. BoB is the very definition of a miniseries. I also really enjoyed HBO's "John Adams". It was very well done.
     
  4. mattCR

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    Pillars of the Earth Sequel .. already filmed, and heading to Reelz

    http://www.deadline.com/2012/05/world-without-end-miniseries-reelzchannel-pillars-of-the-earth-ken-follett/




    Now this first one was a Mini Series worth watching.. good to know there is a sequel, and it appears it had a good budget and a good cast

    http://www.deadline.com/2011/06/tandem-scott-free-set-cast-for-44-million-miniseries-world-without-end/




     

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