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Writing for TV can be a daunting task – particularly when you’ve never done it before. Managing a TV series is completely different from any other writing job out there, and it can be difficult to find the best resources for learning.
Luckily, that’s where
Here are our favorites and aspiring filmmakers, storyteller, and most famous directors which will make you an aspiring filmmaker and storyteller!
First up is a
The Duffer Brothers let you inside their own thought processes when coming up with ideas for Stranger Things, from writing to character development, and worldbuilding to season arcs.
You’ll also get invaluable advice on how to pitch and sell scripts, and what you need to do after this goal is achieved. If you’re looking to go into TV series management, this is an excellent
TV series management is all about thinking outside the box and keeping your viewers guessing. How many times has a TV series had to change its course of action because viewers have guessed the plot twist – only for the new storylines to be terrible?
I think we’re all thinking of the same series…
Anyway, Issa Rae (Emmy-nominated writer, actor, and producer) gives you insight into how to be as creative as possible without being obvious in her
From developing a story to creating believable characters, Issa Rae gives you all you need to get your series up and running before sending it to networks. She even gives you a pep talk at the end!
Shonda Rhimes is the writer and producer of some of TV’s greatest series, including Grey’s Anatomy and Scandal. In this mammoth 6-hour
Shonda begins by walking you through the writing process for TV, ending with the pitching creative process. Then you’ll learn how to write the script, with plenty of case studies about the pilot episodes of Grey’s Anatomy and Scandal.
The final act of this
For any budding series managers, this is an invaluable