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« on: 11-28-2007 15:12 »

does anyone actually know the difference on TV between series and seasons?
It's been bugging me for ages

Liquid Emperor
« Reply #1 on: 11-28-2007 15:35 »

Well, a TV Series is a British word for our word Seasons. If I'm wrong someone correct me.

DOOP Secretary
« Reply #2 on: 11-28-2007 15:36 »

I believe that there is no difference at all, except that the British use Series' and the US use Seasons for TV shows, although we're using Seasons more and more now...

DOOP Secretary
« Reply #3 on: 11-28-2007 15:53 »

In the US: A season is one year's worth of a TV show.  A series refers to all the seasons of the show put together.

Object lesson:
Take the Season 1 boxset of Futurama.  You now hold one season of Futurama.  Now pick up all 4 sets.  You now hold the entire series of Futurama.

In the UK: "Season" and "series" are used interchangeably.  Silly Limeys.
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