Welcome to the 8FLiX TV Transcript Database
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8FLiX has thousands of TV transcripts, in six-languages, free to read, study, and download. Seriously.
You're probably anxious to begin your search. And you can start your journey when you're ready (just scroll down a little bit). But, in the interest of clarity, I thought I would first explain what it is you'll be looking at.
What's a Transcript?
Here's What's What.
Basically, it's a written log of one's thoughts and speech. Unlike a television script or movie screenplay, a transcript has no defining "acts" or "scenes."
The television transcripts that we have at 8FLiX are a word-for-word record of spoken dialogue. Also, for certain series, they may also include descriptions of effects and other relevant sounds.
One feature that our transcripts include is time-code data. This can be especially useful when citing for reference, or pairing them while watching the episode on TV.
There are many differences between transcripts and screenplays. But for now, we'll focus on one variation that many of our users have noted.
A screenplay (or teleplay) is written prior to filming. A transcript is written after the production has been filmed, edited and released. So, any dialogue that performers adlibbed while filming would not be in the original script. The transcript, however, would include this dialogue.
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