Could watching TV can make you a better writer? We think so. We’re a group of Story Grid editors analyzing hit TV series to help you understand how great writers create masterful crime, thriller, love, society stories and more. If you're writing a novel, screenplay or TV series, our show will help you look at storytelling from an editor's perspective.
New episodes are released every Thursday and our Show Notes are available at www.sgshowrunners.com
034: Game of Thrones S2 - How to write a successful book series
Parul, Melanie, and Randall do a quick analysis of Game of Thrones Season 2, a Society Genre story with action/ horror/ war/ and love all mixed in; and what a great mix it is!
We also discuss techniques to help write a successful book series.
033: Game of Thrones S1 - Winter is Coming
Three Certified Story Grid Editors, Parul, Mel, and Randall, break down this iconic HBO television series. Does the story work? You bet it does, come find out how!
032: Ozark Season 3 - It just gets better
Ozark Season 3 - Does the story still work after 3 seasons? This is the question that the showrunners will answer. And what makes it work or not? Join us to find out.
031: Ozark Season 2
The Story Grid Showrunners dive into Ozark Season 2 to see if the story works and find out why or why not.
030: Ozark Season 1 - 6 Core Questions and Foolscap
Parul and Randall use the Story Grid methodology to analyze the Netflix hit Ozark. Does the Story Work? The Story Grid knows!
029: Ozark Intro
We watch the Netflix television series Ozark to see what works, what doesn't work, and why.
Episode 3 season 1 KillingEve
On your discussion about Germany, have you ever heard of the Weimar Republic? Also Berlin is quite liberal as most big cities are, after the ‘68 generation, and the fall of the Berlin Wall.
One last thing, the episode is not called Workaholics, but Don’t I know you?
Otherwise, interesting discussions.