Evocacion wrote: ↑
Sun Jan 14, 2018 5:52 pm
Mark Clifton-Gaultier wrote: ↑
Sat Jan 13, 2018 4:49 pm
Sorry Evocacion - I don't recognise the tune but it appears to be a habanera from what I could hear.
Evocacion wrote:Season 1 Episode 4
I should be in a different thread - I hate this - what the on earth does "season" mean? Grump, moan. Happily (for me) it was described as a series
1 when I accessed it.
Mark, I think you are right, it's a habanera. And yes, it should be 'series', not 'season'. Game of Thrones has seasons.
On the other hand, surely 'season' is not inappropriate for a cooking show?
There's a big difference in British and American TV. Americans have a "season" usually beginning in September. This is the beginning of new television shows or new episodes. The last episode of the season is usually a "cliffhanger". There can be a couple of dozen episodes in a season.
For instance in SHERLOCK (Cumberbatch). Sherlock jumps from a building and dies.
On an American produced TV the first show of the next season (Sept.) would show his "resurrection".
American seasons are predictable (except when shows get cancelled). The cliffhanger will be resolved in September. British TV, not so much. The cliffhanger may or may not be resolved, maybe this year or next year or ......