'The Turnaround' isn't even really a crime novel. But you need conflict to make a novel, any kind of novel, and I don't know any other way to do it than crime.
'The Turner Diaries' is a racist daydream by a former physics teacher writing under the pseudonym Andrew Macdonald.
'The Twilight Zone' was sometimes shockingly cruel, far crueller than most TV drama today would dare to be.
'The Ultimate Fighter' has found lots of great talent.
'The UnAmericans' is a compassionate and brilliantly rendered debut -- and for a book set largely in the past, these stories feel essential to understanding the contemporary world in which we live.
'The Unity Band' project has been life-changing for me. I have led many groups of talented musicians, but this is unlike anything else.
'The Unsinkable Molly Brown' was my favorite for me to be in because it was all dancing. There were other musicals that I made with Donald O'Connor and Gene Kelly that were wonderful pictures, and we had a lot of fun making them.
'The Vampire Diaries' is a great show, but it's on the verge of being overcrowded. The amount of characters, a lot of them don't get screen time because there's so much to put in, and it has to center around the love triangle.
'The Vampire Diaries' is a serialized drama. It deserved its final chapter.
'The Venture Bros' are my jam.
'The Victorian Internet' is a must read for anyone interested in the history of technology and in the cycles of hype, boom, and bust that seem to only quicken with each new wave of innovation. Highly recommended.
'The View' was so much fun. So much fun because the audience was 85-percent fans that wanted to be there celebrating 'One Life to Live' and the other 15 percent were crew members from 'One Life to Live'. It was just really, really wonderful and the clips were wonderful.
'The Virginian' has a very important romantic story line that you don't find in a lot of Westerns... At the heart of the story is quite a bit of pain and a sense of loss.
'The Voice' gave me a chance to show people the side of me that is an artist. People didn't know what that would look like or sound like. It allowed people to see that potential.
'The Voice' gave me the exposure that YouTube was never able to provide for me, just because I didn't have a label or that kind of opportunity before. It also kind of trained me as person and performer with an audience.
'The Voice' has lots of singers who fit the 'Idol' mold of young, innocent ingenues with psycho stage moms. But it also has long-suffering adult pros, with a whiff of thirtysomething despair in their voices. That adds an edge of realness.
'The Voice' ignited a fire in me to be an artist and to be a country singer, but not winning ignited an even bigger fire, because I was just like, 'First of all, I know that I want this'; now I wanted it even more, 'cause I didn't know if I had a record deal.
'The Voice' is built on positivity. Once we started filming, I knew that America was really going to love it.
'The Voice' is not just a singing competition. It really comes down to how you come off as a person and how you connect with America with your story, and being relatable to people.