I think you’ll enjoy it also. A huge advantage is that if you set it up properly at the beginning, the whole system will be expandable, both in the sense of the continued creation of new series’ and episodes, the adding on of new directors/editors, etc… but also in the sense of adding on new functionality if you find your workflow expanding or have need for a new type of datum.
With what you have started there, I’d say you’ll want to call that table “Episodes”. I don’t know how expansive your work is, but perhaps you’ll want another table called “Series’”, where you can add new Series’ being made — then create a one-to-many link between the two, where one Series has many Episodes.
You’ll want a “People” table too, where people can be listed one time, and given titles in a Single-Select field like “Producer”, “Director”, or “Editor”. Then you can link them into fields in the “Episodes” table for each episode that they serve in a role.
And so on… any time you have a new “thing” (an “episode” is a thing separate from a “series” - a “person” is a thing, but a “position” is not a thing, it’s an attribute of a “person”) … any time you have a new “thing”, you will want to have a separate table for holding instances of that “thing”. Then, those “things” can be related to other “things” through linked record fields.