Why someone saying ‘just make it through the first few episodes’ is often the best indicator of a great TV show.

It’s all about the first act — setting up the hero in the known world, so that we can see, and more importantly feel, how they change.

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Founder at product design & strategy agency — We Are Heroes. Get weekly design & growth articles @ weareheroes.digital/designing-growth

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