The third book in a heartstopping, high-octane new space seriesThe third book in a heartstopping, high-octane new space series. Perfect for fans of Veronica Roth, Suzanne Collins, Amie Kaufman and Lauren Oliver.The Genesis Programme reality TV show has brought twelve young astronauts to Mars, to face unprecedented hostility. An even greater danger is now threatening Earth, but the viewers are too glued to their screens and the rescue mission to see what is really happening.Leonor is ready to risk everything to bring out the truth and warn the world. She can never admit defeat - but can she fight her last fight alone?Dixen, VictorVictor Dixen is the author of three series for teenagers: THE STRANGE CASE OF JACK SPARK, ANIMALE and PHOBOS, and twice the winner of the Grand Prix de l'Imaginaire, the most prestigious science fiction and fantasy award in France. His father is Danish and his mother is French, and as a child he travelled throughout Europe with them. Today, he shares his time between Paris and New York City with his family and his two inquisitive cats.
When other girls her age were experiencing their first crushes, Melissa Sue Anderson was receiving handwritten marriage proposals from fans as young, and younger, than she was. When other girls were dreaming of their first kiss, Melissa was struggling through hers in front of a camera. From age eleven in 1974 until she left the show in 1981, Melissa Anderson literally grew up before the viewers of Little House on the Prairie. Melissa, as Mary, is remembered by many as “the blind sister”—and she was the only actor in the series to be nominated for an Emmy. In The Way I See It, she takes readers onto the set and inside the world of the iconic series created by Michael Landon, who, Melissa discovered, was not perfect, as much as he tried to be. In this memoir she also shares her memories of working with guest stars like Todd Bridges, Mariette Hartley, Sean Penn, Patricia Neal, and Johnny Cash. In addition to stories of life on the set, Melissa offers revealing looks at her relationships off-set with her costars, including the other Melissa (Melissa Gilbert) and Alison Arngrim, who portrayed Nellie Oleson on the show. And she relates stories of her guest appearances on iconic programs such as The Love Boat and The Brady Bunch. Filled with personal, revealing anecdotes and memorabilia from the Little House years, this book is also a portrait of a child star who became a successful adult actress and a successful adult. These are stories from “the other Ingalls sister” that have never been told.
Experience another series of five mind-blowing party video games developed by the Jackbox Games, that you can enjoy with your friends available for Windows, Mac OS and Linux. The game also offers the connection to streaming platforms so streamers can play together with their viewers. Most of the games in the pack require only one person to own the game, which means that if you play locally, all the players can see the game through your computer, and if you are playing with your online friends or with the audience, the game can be viewed through streaming services. In most cases, the games support up to 8 players, but anyone who joins through the special code becomes the viewer and can actively participate in determining the winner by submitting votes. All games support up to 10,000 viewers playing along.Party Pack 3 includes five gamesQuiplash 2 - The point of the game is to finish up statements in the most humorous way possible by entering a word. The game now features new prompts, which raises the level of creativity.Guesspionage - In this game, you have to guess the percent results of certain surveillance prepared by the developers - the closer you are, the more points you receive. Additionally, other players judge if your result was higher or lower from the real one, and those who guessed right, receive bonus points.Trivia Murder Party - here you have multiple trivia questions but if you get the answer wrong, you have to fight for your life in mini-games. If you won’t survive you become a ghost that can still participate, however, this time your mission is to make the game more difficult for the remaining players.Tee K.O. Come up with the best T-shirt idea by combining your drawing skills with slogans to beat your opponents! After each participant finishes creating their t-shirt, each person ant the viewers get to choose which one they liked the most. The one with the most points wins the competition.Fakin’ It -In this game, players receive a task on their mobile phones to complete like rising a hand when prompted. However, one of the participants receives no instructions, which means he is the ‘faker’. This player has to blend in with the actions of the other players, so they do not point at him when the time comes to choose the faker.ReceptionThe third installment of the Jackbox Party will definitely satisfy the fans of the two previous versions as well as the new players that want to try to challenge their minds and cunningness. Additionally, the games prove to be some of the best interactive experiences for the audience on streaming platforms.You can buy this pack on our marketplace from sellers for less than in regular or digital stores.
Never-before-seen images from the original "Star Trek" series are restored and presented here, chronicling the making of the series and showcasing bloopers. An immersive companion both for new fans and seasoned "Star Trek" viewers.
During the 30-minute special retrospective, an honor reserved for TV's biggest comedies, series stars Johnny Galecki and Kaley Cuoco will take viewers behind the scenes of the longest-running multi-camera comedy series in television history, sharing backstage secrets and personal memories from the past 12 years. They'll reveal their favorite moments playing Leonard and Penny, and revisit some of the most memorable stories from 'The Big Bang Theory' stage. In addition, the special will feature a tour of the iconic sets, including Leonard and Sheldon's apartment, along with clips and interviews to celebrate the iconic series.
When the first season of Stranger Things debuted on Netflix in the summer of 2016, the show struck a nerve with millions of viewers worldwide and received broad critical acclaim. The series has gone on to win six Emmy Awards, but its success was driven more than anything by word of mouth, resonating across generations. Viewers feel personal connections to the characters. Now fans can immerse themselves in the world-or worlds-of Hawkins, Indiana, like never before.
This Episode takes viewers behind the scenes of a regular FAMILY GUY production week, with James Woods as the guide. See the ins-and-outs of what goes into the making of a FAMILY GUY episode and watch the drama unfold as Peter is replaced and ends up in the office of Fox Television Group Chairmen and CEOs Dana Walden and Gary Newman to pitch his very own new series.
A cultural phenomenon for a decade, Friends ranked in the top ten for every year of its original run, an accomplishment unmatched by any other scripted series. And more than twenty-five years since its theme song promised "I'll be there for you," Rachel, Monica, Phoebe, Joey, Chandler, and Ross are still entertaining audiences around the world. As the characters maneuvered their ways through dating, love, and the occasional conflict, their loyalty to each other remained steadfast. In Friends: A Cultural History, Jennifer C. Dunn explores why the show immediately took hold of viewers and how the series remained must-see TV for so long. Dunn examines the cultural landscape that allowed a show not centered on traditional sitcom norms of family and career to become such a critical and commercial success. The author also addresses how the show's complicated depictions of gender roles and class distinctions-as well as its lack of ethnic diversity-did not detract from its popularity. In addition to exploring memorable plotlines, cherished moments, and the quirks of the principal players, this book analyzes the show's enduring cultural relevance. Featuring a discussion of the show's 25 best episodes, Friends: A Cultural History offers an engaging look at the series that has resonated with generations of television viewers.
The critically acclaimed show, Californication, is one of Showtime's highest rated programs. Averaging about two million viewers an episode, it is the most successfully rated freshman series in Showtime history. A Golden Globe nominee for Best Television Series (Comedy or Musical), Californication features an electric, likeable cast, led by actor David Duchovny, who won a Golden Globe for his performance playing Hank Moody. God Hates Us All is the novel written by Duchovny's character, Hank Moody, which in the show is turned into a Hollywood film entitled A Crazy Little Thing Called Love. Timed to coincide with the premiere of the Season 3 of the hit series, this will allow fans an extra, backstage look at the concept of the show not available through episodes.