Keely Hill

On Episodic Storytelling

A story is not about the characters, it is about the characters in the world: how they experience it, and how they affect it.

The episodes of a serialized television series tell small stories that act as the needles, weaving threads of substance and existence all around and throughout the program.

This essay is an exploration of how, when done well, episodic storytelling is brilliantly unique.

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