Storyline may refer to:

  • The plot or subplot of a story;
  • The narrative of a work, whether of fictional or nonfictional basis;
  • The narrative threads experienced by different but specific characters or sets of characters that together form a plot element or subplot in the work of fiction. In this sense, each narrative thread is the narrative portion of a work that pertains to the world view of the participating characters cognizant of their piece of the whole, and they may be the villains, the protagonists, a supporting character, or a relatively disinterested official utilized by the author, each thread of which is woven together by the writer to create a work.
  • The Storyline method of teaching.
  • Alternative term for an angle in professional wrestling.
  • The rapid e-learning development software for PC, Storyline, by Articulate, Inc. introduced in 2012.

Other articles related to "storyline":

Kinship Part 2 (TV Series) - Storyline
... To obtain evidence that can help exonerate Yusheng, Anping has no choice but to give in to Lishi ... Yusheng is eventually acquitted and marries Yingjun ...
Who Killed Tom King? - Online
... the police are determined to leave no stone unturned." In a world first, the whole storyline is fully interactive allowing viewers the opportunity of becoming super sleuths to ... viewer will be taken inside the show and have direct online interaction with the storyline ...
Kat Moon
... and Alfie would be involved in an ongoing storyline, which he said is "going to be the biggest soap story in probably the history of soaps." At the end of 2010, Kat and ... The storyline received over 6,000 complaints, making it the second most complained about EastEnders storyline ... It was then decided to end the storyline earlier than originally planned ...