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also max·i·se·ries  (măk′sē-sîr′ēz)
A serialized publication or television show that tells a self-contained story and has more issues or episodes than a miniseries, especially a comic book series of at least 12 issues.
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FREEDOM FIGHTERS #1 THIS marks the start of a year-long maxiseries set on Earth X, where the Nazis won the Second World War.
The miniseries that should have been called a maxiseries. For eight consecutive nights "Roots" riveted the U.S.
Bachrach also points to one other intangible that could greatly impact CBS' carefully choreographed maxiseries. "It would be just CBS' luck if, in the middle of the Olympics, the president decides to start dropping bombs on Iraq," he says.