Is a 2 part TV show considered 1 episode or 2? 6 replies

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#1 15 years ago

If u see a show, and at the end of an episode it says "to be continued", is that episode considered 1 or 2?

It could be 1 because of the continueing story line, but it could be 2 because it wasnt shown together...


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#2 15 years ago

I'd say it's 1 because it's all part of the same "episode", but I've never really though about it before.

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#3 15 years ago

It's the second episode just the continuation of the story from the first.


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#4 15 years ago

its 2 episodes just continuing the story


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#5 15 years ago

i think its one episode with two parts to it.


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#6 15 years ago

It's really two consecutive episodes contaning a simular story line. If it was one episode you would watch in one siiting, without the credits roling, or the dreaded To be contined., The defininice of Episode is; a Tv show, or series based on a plot. Seeing that between part one and two, the plot alway's changes, it technacaly is differnt episodes. Even if the plot was the same, an episode takes place between the starting and ending credits. So therefore, Once the credits role you have the end of the episode and the start of new one. - New Season of Stagate SG1 And Stargate Atlantis tomorrow!!! *girlish scream* 714077753

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#7 15 years ago

it depends on whether you are looking at it from a 'viewer's' view point from from the production company's (or from the TV station showing it).