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I Am Not Okay With This

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Netflix TV Series2020Comedy, Sci-Fi

1 Season7 Episodes

SERIES WRAPPED (no additional seasons planned)

Information is current as of 03/08/2021

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Cast

Notable Series Cast
Sophia LillisSophia Lillis...Sydney Novak
Wyatt OleffWyatt Oleff...Stanley Barber
Sofia BryantSofia Bryant...Dina
Kathleen Rose PerkinsKathleen Rose Perkins...Maggie Novak
Richard EllisRichard Ellis...Brad Lewis
Zachary S. WilliamsZachary S. Williams...Ricky Berry
Aidan Wojtak-HissongAidan Wojtak-Hissong...Liam Novak
David TheuneDavid Theune...Mr. File
Sophia TatumSophia Tatum...Jenny Tuffield
Gregg DanielGregg Daniel...Mr. Whitaker
Patricia ScanlonPatricia Scanlon...Ms. Cappriotti
Jackson FrazerJackson Frazer...Richard Rynard
Mark ColsonMark Colson...Stanley Barber's Dad
Marisa DavilaMarisa Davila...Mercedes Callahan
Shay GuthrieShay Guthrie...Cashier

Writers

Series Writers
Jonathan EntwistleJonathan Entwistle...Writer
Charles S. ForsmanCharles S. Forsman...Writer
Christy HallChristy Hall...Writer
Tripper ClancyTripper Clancy...Writer
Liz ElverenliLiz Elverenli...Writer
Jenna WestoverJenna Westover...Writer

Poster

U.S. Version

Sources

Additional Content
Cast Photos...IMDb
Box Office...IMDb Pro
Poster...Official Site
Studio...Netflix

Analysis & Scripts

Season 1

RELEASE YEAR: 2020

Angsty Syd navigates high school awkwardness, family drama and an unrequited crush on her best friend while trying to rein in her budding superpowers.

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What's the Difference Between a Script, Screenplay, Teleplay & Transcript?

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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. But, let's get specific anyway:

SCREENPLAY

Can be an original or adapted work for a feature film. A screenplay tells the narrative of the story, dialogue between performers, details actions and emotions and (in extreme cases) suggests camera angles. A screenplay for television is called a teleplay.

TELEPLAY

Like a screenplay, but for television. According to WGA guidelines, "a television script consists of two distinct parts: story and teleplay."  The story is the basic narrative and idea, while the teleplay is the written dialogue, and camera angles (if needed).

TRANSCRIPT

A written version of something that was originally spoken. Transcripts differ from screenplays and teleplays in that every word spoken is transcribed, even those not included in the original script. For example, if an actor ad-libs their dialogue, a transcript will include that while a screenplay or teleplay will not.

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