Your favorite shows won’t be going off the air because the Writers Guild isn’t going on strike, after all.
You’re favorite shows could go off the air because of a Writers Guild strike. But, President Trump might be happy about it.
Allison Schroeder: That's hard. I think the key is that there needs to be improvement in all areas, so that there's not just
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We creatives don't like to think of ourselves in those terms. We have a love/hate relationship with personal branding and ourselves as product (if the audience doesn't want what I have, well screw 'em).
Particularly tricky is writing strong and memorable female characters when you are a dude. Sure, from Shakespeare on, its been done but the challenge remains.
Have you spent time with the types of characters you write, or is it truly from the imagination? I've rubbed elbows with
The 101 best-written TV shows have been selected by the Writers Guild of America (WGA). Topping that list? HBO's "The Sopranos."
The Writers Guild of America -- both the West and East chapters -- evaluated talk shows, daytime dramas, primetime fixtures
Television writer producer, Patric Verrone, former president of the WGAW, comes on to discuss his work on "Futurama." Take