Television series episode

In-text citations


The Gilmore girls were feeling anxious when … (Sherman-Palladino & Mancuso, 2002).

Sherman-Palladino & Mancuso (2002) wrote an episode of the Gilmore girls that dealt with anxiety issues…

Direct quote

Place direct quotes between double quotation marks " " and provide the year and a timestamp to indicate the exact starting point of the quote.

"Loralai, how is your anxiety today?" (Sherman-Palladino & Mancuso, 2002, 09.25).

Reference list


Primary Contributor. (Role). (Year). Title of episode [Form]. In Principal Contributor, Title of series. City, State/Country: Production/Distribution Company. OR DOI/URL

Television broadcast

Sherman-Palladino, A. (Writer), & Mancuso, G. (Director). (2002). Application anxiety [Television series episode]. In A. Sherman-Palladino, D. Palladino, & G. Polone (Producers), Gilmore girls. Melbourne, Australia: Nine Network, 12 June 2012.

Online video

Horowitz, A. (Writer), & Orme, S. (Director). (2014). The eternity ring [Television series episode; Video file]. In J. Green (Producer), Foyle’s war. Retrieved from

DVD (whole series)

Gilligan, V. (Producer). (2008-2013). Breaking bad [Television series; DVD]. Los Angeles, CA: Sony Pictures Home Entertainment.

  • Give name/s of episode’s principal contributors (e.g., director and/or writer) and their roles, and episode title (no italics). Examples above show various roles to illustrate options. Give series title (italics) and form in square brackets preceded by the principal contributors and roles.
  • BROADCAST: Give city, station and broadcast date.
  • ONLINE: Give URL of site where you accessed item.
  • DVD: Give studio and year of production (or year range for whole series).