If there's one activity that unites us all, it's TV shows. No matter your religion, gender or social status, it's always a guarantee that at the end of the day, you'll be firing up Netflix or HBOMax to catch up on your current favorite show. But for us screenwriters, TV shows aren't just a pastime. It's how we get inspiration for our own very own screenplays.
There is unspeakable power in an opening credits sequence. An opening sequence can grab the audience with visuals or set the tone with the drop of a catchy soundtrack. As a screenwriter, you won't have any input in your screenplay's opening credit sequence, but envisioning your own can give incredible power to your story and improve your screenplay in ways you cannot imagine.