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: 5 Tips for Your Web Series Production

You finally made it. All that work in development and pre-production (and a year’s worth of articles on the subject!) and we’re finally here, your first day of production on your web series! Now is when the hard work you (hopefully) did in pre-production will pay off, and you’ll be grateful for...

Writers on the Web: Interview with Brian Beacock, Creator of Web Series “Acting Dead”

Actor, writer, producer, and musician Brian Beacock exemplifies the can-do, go-getting, nothing’s-gonna-stand-in-my-way attitude that I love about web series creators. Originally from the San Francisco Bay Area, Beacock moved to Los Angeles after completing the the National Tour of Les Miserables, and has since created a diverse career in voiceover (over...