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CST Online | Television Studies Blog

We are a blog devoted to international TV studies.

  • Based in United States of America
  • Roughly two posts per week
  • First post on

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Month starting Posts
Oct 2023 15
Nov 2023 15
Dec 2023 23
Jan 2024 10
Feb 2024 19
Mar 2024 14
Apr 2024 2

Any gaps could be due to errors when fetching the blog’s feed.

Most recent posts

ALIENATING(?) EXPERIENCES: THE VISITOR by Melissa Beattie
The mid-1990s were an unusual time to grow up in the US (at least I thought so). The success of The X-Files (Fox 1993-2003; 2016-2018) had led to an explicit spinoff (Millennium, Fox 1996-1999) as …
On , by CSTonline, 73 words
NICE ONE! by Andrew Pixley
So, this morning, the day has already got off to a good start with the unprompted arrival of what I like to think of as a ‘Nice one!’ e-mail. They don’t have to be long. …
On , by Andrew Pixley, 86 words
HIS-STORY: BIG FINISH’S WHOVIAN PARATEXTS by Melissa Beattie
(Note: this blog is a version of a paper given at the Classical Association Annual Conference on 23 March, 2024). British television series par excellence Doctor Who (1963-present) has been the subject of a wide …
On , by CSTonline, 72 words