'Serialized TV' Embodies The Legacy Of United States Soap Operas
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SAN FRANCISCO - Californer -- Serialized TV is a comprehensive guide to the world of soap operas that explores major soaps across the globe. Starting in the United States, Serialized TV covers the four biggest daytime dramas in the U.S. – The Bold and the Beautiful, Days of Our Lives, General Hospital, and The Young and the Restless.

By providing news, updates, recaps, commentaries, and reviews, Serialized TV is dedicated to exploring the genre pioneered by Irna Phillips, the godmother of soap operas. Phillips invented the idea of modern soaps and created many series, including Days of Our Lives, which is still running. Serialized TV looks at everything happening in these major daytime dramas, from on-screen storylines to behind-the-scenes developments.

Serialized TV also examines the soap industry from a broader standpoint to understand how the genre has evolved and how these four major soaps have managed to evade cancellation. Serialized TV intends to maintain the journalistic traditions of Mimi Torchin, former editor of Soap Opera Weekly Magazine, by bringing intellectualism into the discussion of soap operas in both our praises and critiques.

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The four daytime dramas Serialized TV will cover are representative of the U.S. soap genre as they focus on the lives of the upper-middle and upper classes. The characters in these series are high-achieving and constantly striving for success in their personal and professional lives. Serialized TV will analyze these storylines and why they are successful in the U.S. compared to soap opera genres in other regions.

To view Serialized TV's media kit, simply click the link embedded in this article or visit Serialized TV's brand page, which can be reached directly from A.N.'s website. Serialized TV is always willing to work with existing and prospective clients who align with Serialized TV's identity as an informative guide to the world of soap operas. For inquiries, contact the Public Relations Representative via A.N.'s contact form on the Serialized TV brand page. (https://www.anpublishing.com/serializedtv)

Source: A.N. Publishing
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