Rights offering detail :
Thirtysomething at Thirty: An Oral History
Mar. 27, 2017
Author:
Scott Ryan
Category:
Non-fiction: Pop Culture
Description:
Iconic television drama Thirtysomething was the voice of the baby boomer generation. When the pilot episode aired on September 29, 1987, it became the first show to portray the angst of thirty-year-olds struggling to reconcile the counterculture values of their youths with the "yuppie" lifestyles that pervaded the 1980s.

Thirtysomething at Thirty: An Oral History by pop culture writer and podcaster Scott Ryan features rare interviews with the Emmy Award-winning Thirtysomething cast, crew, creators, and writers that span the show's 85-episode run. Ryan's comprehensive oral history also includes over 150 rare photos, including original TV Guide ads, press pictures, and sets and props, as well as essays by show writers, producers and directors Ann Lewis Hamilton and Joe Dougherty.
Rights available:
Foreign
Rights sold:
English
Other Information:
BearManor Media releases Thirtysomething at Thirty on June 7, 2017 in paperback and hardcover formats. Audiobook and e-book versions are forthcoming.
Contact:
Ben Ohmart
BearManor Media
books@benohmart.com
Offering #:
12385
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