Comedy writer Kristin Newman spent almost 10 years writing on very well-known comedies, and had her own pilot shot and picked up to series (though not aired). She now brings her talents to a one-hour drama, on NBC's Chuck.
Next up in our Women TV Writers series, we meet Keto Shimizu, an alumnus of the NBC Writers on the Verge program, who landed a staff writing gig on NBC's The Cape in her mid-twenties, just three years after arriving in L.A. Want to find out how?
As we begin our Women TV Writers series, we are excited to have two interviews with Ali Adler, Co-Executive Producer and writer of ABC's exciting new show, No Ordinary Family.
What if you were called in to run a show that had just aired its first four episodes, and was put on hold? That happened to V showrunner Scott Rosenbaum, and it he accepted the challenge!
In the final part of our series on the crossover between SyFy's hit shows Warehouse 13 and Eureka, this week Gray talks to the co-creator and showrunner of Eureka, Jaime Paglia, and the actor who made the crossover, Neil Grayston.
Script Magazine is proud to announce our editorial partnership with TVWriterPodcast.com! Hosted by Gray Jones, the TV Writer Podcast is devoted to interviews with working TV writers. For the inaugural episode, Jones has not one but two interviews with Human Target show runner Matt Miller.