After decades of in-depth, pains-taking empirical research—meaning, watching way too much TV—Evan Smith shares ten reasons why they do indeed make sitcoms like they used to.
Wendy Kram launches her new column, 'The Anatomy of Selling a Script or TV Show in Hollywood,' using her clients as case studies to give key insights into the current marketplace.
Love of community can be the plot or sub-plot; it can be the driver of a character’s actions or it can be the background against which your story is played.
Pamela Jaye Smith & Monty Hayes McMillan explain how artists make interesting, conflicted, dramatic characters for your stories as they create their art against challenges both internal and external.
In this installment of YOUR TV GUIDE, TV writer/producer Tawnya Bhattacharya discusses the many facets of a good Why Now for your TV pilot.
Pamela Jaye Smith & Monty Hayes McMillan discuss how to put the love of death and destruction into your stories and characters for more drama.
Pamela Jaye Smith and Monty Hayes McMillan explain how to write, direct, and shoot believable warriors and relationships.
Tawnya Bhattacharya shares tips on the basics of adaptation and working with source material.
Love, or the lack thereof, between family members offers you rich dramatic possibilities. Pamela Jaye Smith & Monty Hayes McMillan share tips and exercises on using the richness of family in your stories.
TV writer Eric Haywood reminds us what every writer needs to keep in mind: no TV series lasts forever.