Translation of miniseries in Spanish:


miniserie, n.

Pronunciation /ˈmɪniˌsɪriz/ /ˈmɪnɪˌsɪərɪz/

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    miniserie feminine
    • A television miniseries produced in 1997 stuck much closer to the novel; unfortunately, Warner Bros. has not released it on DVD.
    • Being a made-for-TV miniseries for Canadian television, production values are about as poor as you might expect.
    • The SciFi Network's new Dune miniseries begins Sunday night.
    • The concept album is a different attempt to harmonise the traditional short segments of popular music with the long narrative line of the novel, opera, TV miniseries, or stage drama.
    • One surprising facet of this television miniseries without commercials is that, due to its anthological format and brisk pace, the breaks don't really show very badly at all.
    • But more than simply a stiff costume drama in space suits, the miniseries is smart in both its telling and its look.
    • The miniseries proved so popular that more editions followed in 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996, and 1997.
    • The miniseries is a wonderful treat for fans - filled with lots of gee-whiz special effects, battles, drama, emotion, joy, and tears.
    • Currently in the works is a sitcom-style miniseries in which viewers can influence the actions of characters with a click of the mouse.
    • Recently, she finished writing a teleplay for a miniseries called Miraculous Journey.
    • John Voight plays the late pontiff in a CBS miniseries, ‘Pope John Paul II.’
    • That makes the universal affection for the BBC's 1986 miniseries The Singing Detective seem that much more atypical.
    • I'm looking for a copy of the PBS miniseries Mother Love, starring Diana Rigg.
    • The problem with so many miniseries is that television studios can't afford to hire a top-notch cast.
    • Nevertheless, for a TV miniseries, the special effects are respectable on the whole.
    • They pioneered the idea of the miniseries: six hours of television to cover the breadth of such novels as Sinclair Ross's As for Me and My House and Ernest Buckler's The Mountain and the Valley.
    • These novelas air during prime time, much like a miniseries, and typically run about six months.
    • Today the commercial television networks have virtually abandoned the miniseries format.
    • These days, the first episode of any new series or miniseries has to start with some sort of attention-getter, in order to lure in viewers and keep them from changing the channel after the first break.
    • But enough of these meanderings, here are some of the series, films, miniseries, specials and, yes, game shows that aspired to leave their imprimatur on the pundits.