A Storytelling Machine: The Complexity and Revolution of Narrative Television
Palabras clave : 
Television Studies
TV Series
Narratology
Narrative
Materias Investigacion::Comunicación
Fecha de publicación: 
may-2016
Editorial : 
Between (Italian Association for the Theory and Comparative History of Literature)
ISSN: 
2039-6597
Nota de editorial: 
http://ojs.unica.it/index.php/between/article/view/2081
Cita: 
García, Alberto N. ""A Storytelling Machine: The Complexity and Revolution of Narrative Television."" Between, vol.VI, n.11 (Maggio / May 2016)
Resumen
This article analyses how TV fiction, in the last fifteen years, has become one of the most stimulating and successful vehicles to narrate complex and daring stories. The article is divided into two parts. In the first, armed with narratological and poetic elements, we will define the serial story, stripping away the husk of its principal forms and explain why it is now the best media for telling lengthy stories. In the second part we will pause to examine specifically variations on the traditional story: alternate universes, time jumps, coincidence between diegetic time in the story and real time and other mechanisms that have made television fiction the most daring way for telling stories.

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