maxi-series


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max·i-se·ries

also max·i·se·ries  (măk′sē-sîr′ēz)
n.
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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He has also edited numerous comics such as "Blackest Night" and the maxi-series "Brightest Day" with Rex Ogle and Adam Schlagman.
The maxi-series concept reflects a push away from the traditional "Run five years and cash in on syndication" model, but so what?
The beauty of the maxi-series is that it would allow producers to build toward an actual finale--reducing, if not eliminating, the pressure to keep pulling narrative rabbits out of the same hat.
Beyond movies, pay cable also has tinkered with the maxi-series template.
ULTIMATE MAXI-SERIES TOP RATED MAXI-SERIES ([dagger]) (BASIC CABLE) Series No.