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Fiction, television, realism, tendencies, analysis, hegemony, programming

Abstract

The present paper analyzes the results of a qualitative investigation developed by the Spanish public television on the values and characteristics of the national television fiction genre, as well as other aspects of its latest evolution. The conclusions of this qualitative analysis and the audience ratings confirm the hegemony of the genre within the generalist television programming. In the same sense, the paper analyzes its latest tendencies and what is called the last renewal of domestic television fiction.

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García-de-Castro, M. (2008). Renewal movements in the Spanish television series. [Los movimientos de renovación en las series televisivas españolas]. Comunicar, 30, 147-153. https://doi.org/10.3916/c30-2008-02-008

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