Hypegram : Why can’t Star Trek: Discovery commit to serialized storytelling? ARTICLE 138122321 Why can’t Star Trek: Discovery commit to serialized storytelling? english ARTICLE

has staked a lot on the idea that it was telling a different kind of story — a tighter, more plotted-out version of instead of the crisis-of-the-week style of earlier shows, which were designed to meet the needs of cable syndication. But — which just wrapped up its first season on Sunday — didn’t embrace long-arc storytelling. The creators and writers divided the season and its story into disparate pieces, and crammed them so full of flashy plot twists and reveals that the series rarely reached beyond hammering home its core conceit: that war is bad, and morals are good.

And boy, does want its fans to feel the weight of that motto. The show’s cycling plotlines looped from the pilot...

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Why can’t Star Trek: Discovery commit to serialized storytelling?


The Verge
102 d ago

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has staked a lot on the idea that it was telling a different kind of story — a tighter, more plotted-out version of instead of the crisis-of-the-week style of earlier shows, which were designed to meet the needs of cable syndication. But — which just wrapped up its first season on Sunday — didn’t embrace long-arc storytelling. The creators and writers divided the season and its story into disparate pieces, and crammed them so full of flashy plot twists and reveals that the series rarely reached beyond hammering home its core conceit: that war is bad, and morals are good.

And boy, does want its fans to feel the weight of that motto. The show’s cycling plotlines looped from the pilot...

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