When Fisher’s pregnancy takes an unexpected turn, she calls on Samuel and Naomi for help
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From The Writers' Room
At the story summit meeting for this season, once we had our season outline in place, I think we all secretly had our episodes we really wanted to write. At the time, this one was mine.
On January 31, 2018, Serial Box and The Associated Press will launch 1776: The World Turned Upside Down, a month-by-month, immersive account of the American colonies in its first year. This series of twelve installments (in ebook and audio) is unique in its focus on the lives of ordinary colonists and the more personal stories of now-famed figures. The series is narrated by Robin Miles with guest voices including Hamilton star Chris Jackson as George Washington, Hamilton star Nicholas Christopher as John Adams, NPR On the Media’s Bob Garfield as Thomas Paine, and will be released in synchronized ebook and audio monthly installments from Serial Box throughout 2018.
Despite the nearness of the Promised Land and the discovery of a new healer, Fisher’s duties as Prophetess take a toll on her marriage.
Tess seeks revenge against Florian but is thwarted.
The way the group has been treating Jing-Wei has never really sat right with Hyrum. He was raised better than that.
Beginnings are hard, and even though Save Point is the fourth episode of ReMade season 2, it was my first for the season—essentially a sequel to last year’s storyline—and I was worried I’d forgotten how to write Loki and ReMade.
Davenant takes drastic action when he realizes how Diane got her hands on his ledger.
As the outcasts search desperately for the missing child, hope dwindles – and the Gods Whispers call Fisher to a cathedral of bones.
Upon entering Sanctuary, the teens are greeted by a young child, the first new person they’ve met in this new world.
Delia: As soon as the Mighty Brain Trust that is the Tremontaine Summit, Plotting, and Deli Nosh Weekend came to the decision that most of Episode 7 of Season 3 should be set in the ducal hunting lodge at the dark midnight of the year, my eyes met Liz’s across the living room. We both knew, beyond the shadow of a doubt, that Episode 7 Must Be Ours. It was the obvious practical choice—structurally, it makes sense for guest authors to pop in mid-season, when the plot arc has been firmly established by the staff writers, and preferably in an episode that differed in tone, focus, or setting from the rest. Which is pretty much Episode 7 in a structural nutshell. But that’s not why we wanted it and no other. No, not at all. Liz: On the one hand, we were instantly attracted to the delicious compactness of getting a lot of characters into a country house for a...Read More >
Seeing a familiar face should have been a good thing, but this isn’t the same Jing-Wei the teens knew.
On Esha’s advice, Diane speaks to Lionel about the future of their relationship.