In his final installment on television syndication, Taylor Cole Miller examines how particular first-run syndicated programs offered and embraced queerness.Read more
The second installment of his three-part series sees Taylor Miller consider the implications of edits made to syndicated TV programs on their textuality and reception.Read more
Syndication 201: Syndication Is Dead. Long Live Syndication.
Taylor Cole Miller / University of Georgia
In the first installment of a three-part series, Taylor Miller breaks down the intertwined economic and industrial practices of TV syndication.Read more
Performing Glee: Gay Resistance to Gay Representations and a New Slumpy Class
Taylor Cole Miller / FLOW Senior Editor
Taylor Cole Miller’s article explores the ways in which a small sample of Glee viewers interact with the text and make sense of Kurt, the show’s gay character. He explores the ways in which heterosexual women are drawn to Kurt while homosexual men resist him largely based on the notion that he subscribes to well-worn stereotypes of gay men in media.Read more