What Hollywood Blockbusters Should and Shouldn't Borrow from the Golden Age of TV

Not that long ago, films were constructed as one-and-done stories, and TV was similarly episodic. Old TV shows couldn't rely on audiences seeing every episode (because there wasn't any way to watch programs you missed live), so instead they made it easy for them to pick up the story as it went along. Films were similar, if for different reasons. No preexisting knowledge was needed when walking into a movie because it was understood to be a standalone story. With a few key exceptions (like...

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