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Here's what we have on the AppleTV miniseries, "Defending Jacob".
"Defending Jacob" is considered a limited series (also called miniseries). So, basically, a pre-determined number of episodes were made to tell the whole story. It's the key to knowing that when a limited series is over -- it's over.
AppleTV+ Miniseries | 2020 | Crime, Drama, Mystery
1 Season | 8 Episodes
Information is current as of 06/18/2021
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RELEASE YEAR: 2020
A family’s lives are irreparably disrupted when the son is accused of murdering a fellow classmate in this dramatic legal thriller. Chris Evans, Michelle Dockery, and Jaeden Martell star in the adaptation of William Landay’s bestselling novel.
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The noun "script" is an acceptable and widely used word to describe screenplays, teleplays and transcripts. It's not reserved for any single type of media.
A screenplay tells the narrative of the story, dialogue between performers, and details actions and emotions. A screenplay for television is called a teleplay.
According to Writers Guild of America guidelines, "... a television script consists of two distinct parts: story and teleplay." So, the story is the basic narrative and idea, while the teleplay is the written dialogue.
Basically, it's a written version of that which was originally spoken. Transcripts differ from screenplays and teleplays because every spoken word is chronicled. For example, if an actor ad-libs their dialogue, a transcript would include that while a screenplay or teleplay likely would not.