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EPISODE

DIRECTOR

WRITTEN BY

1

Pilot: Once Upon A Time
In The City Of New York

Richard Franklin

Ron Koslow

2

A Children's Story

Gabrielle Beaumont

B.F.Barnett (pseudo Ron Koslow)

3

Siege

Paul Lynch

David Peckinpah

4

Terrible Savior

Alan Cooke

George R.R.Martin

5

No Way Down

Thomas J. Wright

James Crocker

6

The Beast Within

Paul Lynch

Andrew Laskos

7

Masques

Alan Cooke

George R.R.Martin

8

Nor Iron Bars A Cage

Thomas J. Wright

Story by Alex Gansa & Howard Gordon and Ron Perlman
Teleplay by Alex Gansa & Howard Gordon

8

Song Of Orpheus

Peter Medak

Alex Gansa & Howard Gordon

9

Dark Spirit

Thomas J. Wright

Robin Bernheim

11

An Impossible Silence

Christopher Leitch

Alex Gansa & Howard Gordon

12

Shades Of Grey

Thomas J. Wright

George R.R.Martin & David Peckinpah

13

China Moon

Christopher Leitch

Cynthia Benjamin

14

The Alchemist

Thomas J. Wright

Story by Richard Setlowe
Teleplay by Alex Gansa & Howard Gordon

15

Temptation

Gus Trikonis

David Peckinpah

16

Promises Of Someday

Thomas J. Wright

George R.R.Martin

17

Down To A Sunless Sea

Christopher Leitch

Don Balluck

18

Fever

Thomas J. Wright

Mark Cassut & Michael Cassutt

19

Everything Is Everything

Victor Lobl

Virginia Aldridge

20

To Reign In Hell

Christopher Leitch

Howard Gordon & Alex Gansa

21

Ozymandias

Frank Beascoechea

George R.R.Martin

22

A Happy Life

Victor Lobl

Ron Koslow

23

Remember Love

Victor Lobl

Virginia Aldridge

24

Ashes...Ashes

Gus Trikonis

 Story by Roy Dotrice & Durrell Royce Crays
Teleplay by Durrell Royce Crays

25

Chamber Music

Victor Lobl

Ron Koslow

26

God Bless The Child

Gus Trikonis

Alex Gansa & Howard Gordon

27

Dead of Winter

Victor Lobl

George R.R.Martin

28

A Fair And Perfect Knight

Gus Trikonis

P.K.Simonds Jr.

29

Sticks And Stones

Bruce Malmuth

Alex Gansa & Howard Gordon

30

Labyrinths

Daniel Attias

Story by Howard Gordon & Alex Gansa
Teleplay by Virginia Aldridge

31

Brothers

Beth Hillshafer

George R.R.Martin

32

A Gentle Rain

Gus Trikonis

Linda Campanelli & M.M.Shelly Moore

33

Orphans

Victor Lobl

Alex Gansa & Howard Gordon

34

The Outsiders

Thomas J. Wright

Story by P.K. Simonds Jr and Alex Gansa & Howard Gordon
Teleplay by Michael Berlin & Eric Estrin

35

When The Blue Bird Sings

Victor Lobl

Story by Robert John Guttke
Teleplay by Robert John Guttke & George R.R.Martin

36

Arabesque

Thomas J. Wright

Virginia Aldridge

37

The Watcher

Victor Lobl

Linda Campanelli & M.M.Shelly Moore

38

A Distant Shore

Michael Switzer

Marie Therese Squerciatti

39

Trial

Victor Lobl

Story by Howard Gordon & Alex Gansa
Teleplay by P.K.Simonds Jr.

40

A Kingdom By The Sea

Gus Trikonis

George R.R.Martin

41

The Hollow Men

Victor Lobl

Story by Andrew Laskos & P.K.Simonds Jr.
Teleplay by P.K.Simonds Jr.

42

What Rough Beast

Michael Switzer

Story by George R.R.Martin & Alex Gansa & Howard Gordon
Teleplay by Alex Gansa & Howard Gordon

43

Ceremony Of Innocence

Gus Trikonis

Story by George R.R.Martin & Alex Gansa & Howard Gordon
Teleplay by George R.R.Martin

44

The Rest Is Silence

Victor Lobl

Story by J.Larry Carroll & David Bennett Carren
Teleplay by Ron Koslow

45

Though Lovers Be Lost

Victor Lobl

Ron Koslow & Alex Gansa & Howard Gordon

46

Walk Slowly

Gus Trikonis

Linda Campanelli & M.M.Shelly Moore

47

Nevermore

Victor Lobl

P.K.Simonds Jr.

48

Snow

Gus Trikonis

George R.R.Martin

49

Beggar's Comet

Victor Lobl

George R.R.Martin

50

A Time To Heal

Gus Trikonis

Alex Gansa & Howard Gordon

51

In The Forests Of The Night

Victor Lobl

P.K.Simonds Jr.

52

The Chimes At Midnight

Ron Perlman

Linda Campanelli & M.M.Shelly Moore

53

Invictus

Gus Trikonis

George R.R.Martin

54

The Reckoning

Kenneth R. Koch

Alex Gansa & Howard Gordon

55

Legacies

Gus Trikonis

Story by Alex Gansa & Howard Gordon
Teleplay by P.K.Simonds Jr.

 

   

The Writers Guild of America (WGA) has a well-defined process for determining credits on projects produced under its jurisdiction. These productions are generally USA-controlled live-action film and TV projects, produced either by studios or major independent producers. In 1999, the WGA began furnishing credits directly to IMDb. The absence of the WGA indicator on earlier credits should not be construed as a sign of unofficial status, merely a sign of age.

In general, the credits determination process works as follows:
When the film is finished shooting, the producer sends a notice to the guild and the writers proposing the writing credits. If any writer disagrees with those credits, or if the proposed credits require mandatory arbitration (e.g., a producer or director sharing a writing credit), a WGA arbitration committee reads all drafts of the script and various supporting materials and determines the actual/official credits.

WRITTEN BY
If there is no source material (novel, play, article, etc.) and the same writers receive credit for both the story and screenplay, the credit is "written by".

STORY BY
The "story by" credit is used when the basic narrative structure was originally written with intent to be used for a movie (as opposed to a short story) and the actual screenplay had different authors. A shared "story by" credit is the minimum awarded to the author of an original screenplay.

If there was previously existing source material but the writer creates a substantially new and different story from the source, then the "screen story" (or "television story") credit is used.

TELEPLAY BY
Finally, the "screenplay by" (or "teleplay by") credit is used to denote the screenplay (teleplay) authorship if the story credit had to be separated as above.

In rare cases, "adaptation by" can be awarded to a writer who shapes the script without qualifying for one of the above credits.

There are other specialized credits used for television programs such as documentaries and audience participation shows.

& vs AND
Within each of these categories, members of a writing team are joined by "&"; teams or writers working on separate drafts are joined by "and".

Source: IMDB {http://us.imdb.com/partners/wga}

 

 

Note: The official vhs covers credits of CMo, TA, and POS are evidently wrong about the writers, and the one of Temptation is wrong about writers and director; probably a bad case of copy-paste from the previous one, SOG.