How to Write a Web Series

In the day of the Internet, a screenwriter’s opportunities have never been greater. If a screenwriter is struggling to get noticed the traditional way, pitching spec scripts and banging on the networks doors during pilot season, why not try writing and creating a web series and putting it online yourself? Many writers, even professional, accomplished screenwriters, are crafting series for the web to get attention to a TV show idea they have in hopes of using those episodes to help pitch their show to a network. If a web series becomes popular, the more power the creators will have pitching it to a network.

Writers on the Web: Editing a Web Series

Rebecca Norris is a writer, producer, web enthusiast, and creator of the award-winning web series Split with her production company, Freebird Entertainment. Follow Rebecca on Twitter at @beckaroohoo. Click to tweet this article to your friends and followers! Can you believe it? All that hard work throughout development, casting, pre-production, and...

Back to the Chalkboard: Screenwriting Polygamy

Click to tweet this article to your friends and followers! It’s a Sin! No manager or agent will represent you. No studio or producer will buy your script. You must build your brand and be consistent! You must not confuse the very smart, often Ivy League-educated people who run production companies,...

Writers on the Web: Dealing With Difficult Personalities On Set

If you’re producing your own work, becoming adept at dealing with difficult personalities is an invaluable (and often hard-earned) skill. Most people you hire will be wonderful collaborators who give their all to help you realize your dream. And if you’ve done your due diligence during pre-production and met every single person you’ll...