Predicting the ending of a story makes sense when there is an explanation for the prediction. Otherwise, how does one know? The story of Jesus is not only a religious story, but one which predicts the ending and not all stories do predict the ending in such direct fashion.
In storytelling class, the lecturer may discuss the concept of compelling choice. For these lecturers, compelling choice is the pivot on which the plot turns in the classical story structure. The main character faces dilemmas at various points and has a choice between two or, even better, more choices of action, but the character chooses… Read More Compelling choices for characters
Creators don’t like people saying that only 1 episode matters. The creator says, it all matters (They also tell the picky fans to get a life). Scope. Some like their series to never end. One part after the other that continues the story on and on.