The Evolution of Sitcoms: The Trade-Off Between Authenticity and Comedy

As we mourn the premature passing of Matthew Perry, it seems a good time to reflect on what made him such a comedic genius in Friends – the audience – and what we lost (and also gained) when we transitioned away from studio audiences to the single-camera style we are all familiar with today. In […]

Everything I know about management I learnt from 30 Rock

There is a general rule that TV shows about TV don’t work. They get made because both the writers and the commissioners are familiar with the topic, but whether they are excellent (Lisa Kudrow’s The Comeback) or… not (Aaron Sorkin’s Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip), the received wisdom is that they tend to be […]


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