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That's an interesting question. How do the story lines for a movie tend to differ from those of a TV series? What are the constraints of each? The freedoms?
If you think along those lines, you'll start to develop some ideas. Depends also upon whether the story in question is a short story, a short novel, a medium-length novel, or quite a lengthy novel. Or even a series of novels. The length and complexity of the story is also a factor.
Once you come to some conclusions, if you want to get a discussion going, I'm sure there are others who'd like to chime in with their thoughts. It's an interesting question, and I imagine that we'd not all have exactly the same take on it. But it is best if you give it some thought yourself at this point, and come up with some of the ways *you* think they might differ. All that thinking is good exercise for the brain. That's what studying is, in the end. Workouts for the brain, so you can build all that good brain power.