Developing a Follow-Doc or Hybrid with some great characters or attachments? (And of course, you know what those words mean because you’ve checked out the great 8, right?) Better figure out your Story Engine — ASAP!
What Is a Story Engine?
Today’s episode shows you how to identify and use a story engine, using practical examples from real shows — both ours and others. Working hard on your story engine will help ensure:
- You have enough real, authentic stories to last you an entire series
- We’re excited about your pitches and consider teaming up with you
- Network execs are excited about putting your show on the air
- Your audience stays glued to the screen during your episodes
All thanks to your Story Engine.
Your Story Engine – Create it Now
Press that giant “play” button above to learn about, create, and impress us with the excellent story engine present in every concept you pitch.
Transcript coming soon!
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