Thirty years ago, thirtysomething was created by Marshall Herskovitz and Edward Zwick. Winner of thirteen Emmys, the ground-breaking series explored an unlikely subject matter— the existential angst of seven baby boomers. This book contains interviews with all the main cast and crew telling how they crafted the series. Read the final episode that never aired because it sparked a law suit; essays from Ann Lewis Hamilton, Joseph Dougherty and Peter Horton; and see never before released photos from the cast’s personal collection. Scott Ryan is the author of the comic essay book, Scott Luck Stories. He is also the host of The Red Room Podcast, The thirtysomething Podcast, Big Bad Buffy Interviews and the director of the documentary A Voyage to Twin Peaks.
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