Yuppievision - Two new shows hold up a mirror to the lives of young urban professionals. But do they like what they see? Rolling Stone December 3, 1987
Partners in Prime Patricia Wettig and Ken Olin cope with marriage, jealousy and a hit show LIFE, 04-01-1988, pp 63.
NANCY LIVES ON 'THIRTYSOMETHING,' PATRICIA WETTIG BEAT CANCER-AND MILLIONS CHEERED by Kelli Pryor (no source)
"LONG AGO IN THE LAND OF HOPE AND MICHAEL" by Elisabeth Bumiller NEW YORK TIMES SECTION 2 ARTS AND LEISURE SEC., SEPT. 22, 1996. PAGE 36.
BYE-BYE BOOMERS: thirtysomething fades to black by TOM GLIATTO ANDREW ABRAHAMS, NANCY MATSUMOTO and ROBIN MICHELI People, 06-10-1991, pp 47.
THIRTYSOMETHING CONFIDENTIAL: THE REAL-LIFE ANGST AND ECSTASY BEHIND TV'S MOST SERIOUS SERIES by Bill Zehme Rolling Stone June 1st, 1989 (some profanity)
"Thirtysomething": a candid conversation about joys, pains and incessant talk with the creators and cast of the show everyone loves to whine about by Playboy Playboy June, 1990: Vol. 37 ; No. 6 ; Pg. 57; ISSN: 0032-1478 (no pictures, nothing of "that" nature, some profanity)
TV's ruthless adman; Is 'thirtysometing's' Miles Drentell 'too credible'? by Marcy Magiera Advertising Age April 30, 1990 Pg. 6
The thirtysomething Journal: the producer of the show we love to hate takes us behind the scenes and (gulp) into the psyches by Richard Kramer Playboy December, 1989, No. 12, Vol. 36; Pg. 154 (no pictures, nothing of "that" nature, some profanity)
Shops add to cinema verite by Laura Loro Advertising Age November 19, 1990 NEWS; Pg. 12
Two small notes from Advertising Age about thirtysomething
THE STUFF OF REAL LIFE by Lewis Cole The Nation Vol. 252 Issue 16, p567, 6p.
Novel TV Deal Could Rein In Program Costs by BILL CARTER from the September 18, 1998 New York Times
Second Look: Interview with Joseph Doughertyconducted by Ian N. and fan contributors, September 14, 1998
In from the Cold: Interview with Joseph Dougherty conducted by Ian N. and Lisa Stevenson, May 12, 1998
THE WRITERS OF 'THIRTYSOMETHING' THEIR WORDS WERE REAL, THEY WERE SERIOUS, THEY WERE FUNNY--THEY WERE BRILLIANT by Mark Harris Entertainment Weekly, 12-28-1990, pp 40.
THIRTYSOMETHING RAISES OVARIAN CANCER CONCERNS; HERE ARE SOME ANSWERS by John Lurain and Giovanna Breu People, 02-12-1990, pp 87.
SINGLE AGAIN, THIRTYSOMETHING'S POLLY DRAPER BRUSHES UP ON BECOMING A SEXY WORKING GIRL by Susan Schindehette, Michael Alexander in Los Angeles, People, 05-08-1989, pp 157.
COSTUME CHIEF PATRICK NORRIS ELEVATES THE LOOK OF THIS SEASON'S DRESSED-UP THIRTYSOMETHING YUPS by Leah Feldon in Los Angeles, People, 09-25-1989, pp 115.
WHY WE'RE STILL WATCHING AND ARGUING ABOUT 'THIRTYSOMETHING' by Ken Tucker, et al Entertainment Weekly, 05-04-1990, pp 78.
"Thirtysomething Reruns Hope (and Co.) Springs Eternal" by Kelli Pryor from Entertainment Weekly, 03-27-1992, pp 62.
"CATCHING UP WITH THE STEADMANS POST-THIRTYSOMETHING; LIFE'S BEEN GOOD TO MEL HARRIS AND KEN OLIN" By Kate Meyers from Entertainment Weekly, 02-07-1992, pp 48.
"Goodbye to a Bit of Reality on TV" by John J. O'Conor from The New York Times, May 28, 1991, B3 [text from Dietmar Dürr]
"'Til There Was You is looking for love in all the wrong places" by Robert Wilonsky [text from Chris Ryerson]
"Relativity" by Joyce Millman [text from Chris Ryerson]
"Devil with the Blue Suit On" by Lynn Wilhite [college paper written about Miles Drentel]
TELEVISION; Life, Loss, Death And Thirtysomething' - NY Times article that ran February 10, 1991, before Nancy's fate was revealed in the episode Second Look.
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