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Question 1: ________ (April 11-April 17, 1987) called Jesus of Nazareth "the best miniseries of all time" and "unparalleled television."
TV GuideSmithsonian (magazine)Seventeen (magazine)Better Homes and Gardens (magazine)

Question 2: The term serial is preferred for serialised dramas, which have been a staple of UK television schedules since the early 1950s when serials such as ________ (1953) established the popularity of the form.
The Quatermass ExperimentQuatermass IINineteen Eighty-Four (TV programme)Quatermass and the Pit

Question 3: In ________, the term "miniseries" is almost never used, except in reference to American imports.
Television in IrelandUnited KingdomChannel TelevisionTelevision in the United Kingdom

Question 4: ________'s Roots in 1977 can fairly be called the first blockbuster success of the format.
Ken FollettIsaac Bashevis SingerAlex HaleyOriana Fallaci

Question 5: A miniseries (also mini-series), in a serial ________ medium, is a production which tells a story in a planned limited number of episodes.
Oral traditionStorytellingLiteratureNarrative

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