How I got the gig to write and direct an episode of the (now defunct) HEROES spin-off.
An episode of Grey’s Anatomy might have the same title as your spec. That’s not even close to being plagiarism.
A correction for Jane’s awesome website.
Kudos to the writers of HEROES for letting the audience connect the dots.
When other people have the same ideas and act on them, it helps me clear my slate.
If this sounds like you, stop reading and start dialing. You need a better attorney, stat.
A shout out to a good show and their low budget ways.
I feel exhausted just thinking about it.
The annoying disparity between google ads and the content they glom on to.
Mysteries of the staffing process revealed.
Writing the right show sample during each season’s important.
Notes for auditioning actors.
In reality TV, editors and producers often perform functions that would normally be the purview of writers; the question is, why aren’t they being compensated for it?
Having happened in the past doesn’t signify future action.
Here’s how to present a reality TV show. Use it wisely.
Announcement for a FOX pilot in the works.
Example of a show “bible.” Yours to mimic.
Four questions related to the research, creation and execution of a TV series.
Does the page-a-minute rule apply across the board?
Good reasons why you shouldn’t write a sample of LOST if you want to work on LOST.
Can and unknown writer get a show produced?
On the structures and control limitations of each.
Learn and know the qualities of both. They’re not independent of each other.