By now, it isn’t exactly news that television has supplanted cinema as the premiere creative hub for original, compelling storytelling; in point of fact, this has been the reality for for quite some time. Mainstream and alternative talents alike are coming to appreciate the freedoms of TV, whether it’s Martin Scorsese (Boardwalk Empire), Frank Darabont (The Walking Dead, Mob City), Halle Berry (Extant), or David Lynch, who predicted the end times for film almost a year ago. Maybe he’s calling time of death prematurely, but then, maybe he’s onto something.
Either way, it’s impossible to deny the new-found allure television holds for storytellers and stories of all bents. We’re now at the point where classics like Fargo ...
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