Star Trek: Double Helix: The First Virtue No. 6 - Michael Jan Friedman Reviews
Description:ISBN 0671032585 / Author: Michael Jan Friedman / Genre: Sci-Fi / Fantasy
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by - written on 03/10/07 (Very useful, 64 readings)
Creating a series is certainly a double edged sword. If you can get people hooked then you will probably have them for a long time as they keep coming back to discover what happens next to their favourite characters. However, if someone misses a couple of episodes they may be out of touch e.g. lost about ‘Lost’. Therefore, a solution would be to create a series that is made up of individual stories that do not impact on one another. TV loves this as it allows them to show the series in any order and at any time. ‘CSI’ and ‘Star Trek’ have been two shows that have ran for over 7 years and have had so little development that you could watch episode 10 followed by 100 . Read the complete review
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