05/05/2014 34' 25''

Some argue that US TV fiction may be entering its fourth Golden Age. Is it too soon to say? Time will tell. But for the moment this cult phenomenon continues to gather an ever growing of transnational fans in front of a diverse range of screens.

North American TV series set up a prolific, interactive dialogue with other narrative languages and discourses such as literature, film, comics, videogames and transmedia productions. Authorship shifts, genres merge, and the boundaries between art and entertainment become sterile.

To coincide with the seminar 'Series Seriously', SON[I]A talks to the writer, cultural critic and teacher Jorge Carrión. With him, we analyse the new registers and contexts of television mythologies.

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