For many, space and its exploration are a source of constant wonder. When following space missions and learning about the information that’s been gathered or gazing up at the stars and considering what lies beyond our atmosphere, our solar system, indeed, the very universe—the questions that arise are nearly endless. Now, consider the possibility that some of what has been learned in space has been kept from the public. Perhaps there is convincing evidence that we are not alone after all. Author Nick Redfern takes on these mysteries with a compelling page-turner that will have readers reconsidering what they thought they knew about space.
This fully updated and expanded edition covers over 10,200 programs, making it the most comprehensive documentation of television programs ever published. In addition to covering the standard network and cable entertainment genres, the book also covers programs generally not covered elsewhere in print (or even online), including Internet series, aired and unaired pilot films, erotic series, gay and lesbian series, risqué cartoons and experimental programs from 1925 through 1945.
"This work represents decades of research and television's entire history. While documentation regarding cast and personnel is now often found online, descriptions of the shows from authoritative sources are still not widely available. Terrace fills that gap with this work, which covers more than 9,350 shows and constitutes the most comprehensive documentation of TV series ever published"--Provided by publisher.