Narrative complexity in contemporary American television. Type: Article; Author (s): Jason Mittell; Date: ; Issue: 58; Page start: 29; Page end: 40; Web. The concept of ‘complex TV’, at various times also termed ‘narrative complexity’ by the author, has been a consistent feature of Mittell’s work. Narrative complexity in contemporary American television. J Mittell. The velvet light trap 58 (1), , , Complex TV: The poetics of.
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