292 TV Dramas to Save the World


William Ryerson and Richard Stratton both produce TV serial dramas. Ryerson’s shows are designed to influence the public opinion and behaviour of cultures.


  • Richard Stratton
  • William Ryerson




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I think that Jeff Skoll was going to start up a TV production studio that would make things to be distributed by computers. Whatever happened to that? It doesn’t compare to the importance of his movie-production company, Participant Media. They keep turning out films, but it doesn’t seem that a movie can have the same kind of impact as a long-running series where the audience falls in love with the characters.

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