Get sucked in to the world of box-sets, bingewatching and addictive insider anecdotes with this comprehensive guide to the small screen, brought to you by the people behind the Den of Geek website.
TV Geek recounts the fascinating stories of cult-classic series, reveals the nerdy Easter eggs hidden in TV show sets, and demonstrates the awe-inspiring power of fandom, which has even been known to raise TV series from the dead.
- How the live-action Star Wars TV show fell apart
- The logistics and history of the crossover episode
- The underrated geeky TV shows of the 1980s
- The hidden details of Game of Thrones
- Five Scandinavian crime thrillers that became binge hits
- The Walking Dead, and the power of fandom
TV series now have the same budgets, stars, audience figures and cultural impact as Hollywood movies, and TV Geek
provides an insightful look at the fascinating history, facts and anecdotes behind the greatest (and not-so-great) shows.
This is the ultimate, nerdy television guide for TV geeks everywhere.
About the Author
Den of Geek is a leading entertainment website, attracting over 10 million readers every month. Springing to life in the UK back in 2007, it's grown into one of the most popular sites of its type, with bases in the UK and US. Its pages are packed with news, features, interviews, reviews and pretty pictures. Furthermore, Den Of Geek strives to find different angles and quirky insights into films, TV shows and games, with contributors and experts from around the world writing for the site. Boasting new nerdy material added daily, and a huge archive of articles to explore, the site continues to grow. Its writers, meanwhile, continue to consume generous amounts of coffee.
Simon Brew is the founder and UK editor-in-chief of Den of Geek.