Definition of miniseries
: a television production of a story presented in sequential episodes
Recent Examples of miniseries from the Web
Burton later had roles in the 1981 miniseries East of Eden and in the 1986 Burt Reynolds film Heat.
Alex Haley’s book as well as the TV miniseries based upon it—itself had a remarkable effect on naming practices.
The actress appeared in four projects at the festival, including Yorgos Lanthimos' psychological thriller The Killing of A Sacred Deer, quirky sci-fi romance How to Talk to Girls at Parties and SundanceTV miniseries Top of the Lake: China Girl.
The sort of career Ehle is pulling off in America is far easier, geographically, to pull off in England, where actors zip from a West End play to a BBC miniseries to a film project without major time zone disruptions.
Interviews with filmmakers and clips from the Ken Burns miniseries telling the story of the Vietnam War, premiering Sept. 17.
A&E will then unveil its six-part miniseries Who Killed Tupac?
Filming through December in Northern Ireland, the miniseries is based on George R.R. Martin‘s best-selling A Song of Ice and Fire fantasy novels about the mythic kingdom of Westeros.
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Definition of miniseries for English Language Learners
: a story on television that is shown in two or more parts on different days
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