We’ve also been watching the TV show Nashville on iTunes. It’s a night time soap opera set around country music.
Hubby and I make a game of “calling it.” What’s going to go wrong, when and how.
It’s almost NOT fun to watch TV shows where you know, just know, someone is going to do something stupid to mess up a budding romance or promising job.
Husband hates it. He doesn’t want to watch people be so stupid.
I get why the TV show writers do this… to drag the viewers along. To create a “Oh no, what’s going to happen?” curiosity.
In television, the writing goes from episode to episode and the writing is “episodic.”
Meaning from week to week, the tension and threads change to fit that show while carrying story threads forward.
For example, twenty years after they first toured together, country great Rayna James and Luke Wheeler get together. They’ve been married to other people and have children.Read the RestDoes your book need an extreme book makeover? Try our Premium Membership for a week, FREE!