10 Most Viewed TVWriter™ Posts of the Week – April 22, 2019

Happy Monday everybody!

Hope you’ve had a great weekend. Time now for TVWriter™’s latest look at our most popular blog posts and resource pages during the week ending yesterday. They are, in order:

How To Write The Perfect TV Series Review To Captivate Your Readers

Writing the Dreaded Outline

‘The Following’ Season 4 was Cancelled by Fox Because the TV Series Became a Victim of Lazy Writing!

WGA Files Suit Against Big 4 Agencies re Packaging Fees

8 Tips for Writing for Children’s TV Shows

Empty Promises: My experience submitting scripts to Amazon Studios

Corporal Punishment and Primetime TV

How to Write a Script for an Animated Show


PEOPLE’S PILOT Writing Contest

Big thanks to everybody for helping us have another terrific week at TVWriter™. Don’t forget to click above and read what you missed and re-read what you loved!

Technology vis a vis Creativity: We ain’t seen nuthin’ yet!

Andrew Price on “How A.I. will change the 3D industry.” And that, friends, will be happening after 3D has brought our current 2D industry to its knees.

Who is Andrew Price? Check him out HERE

The Blender YouTube channel is HERE

Last Week in Cord Cutting

More cord cutting news for all you crazy, zany refugees from the tyranny of satellite and cable TV, from Luke Bourna at CordCuttersNews. FWIW, Roku still doesn’t move us – too many mandatory add-ons, in our experience, and a service as underused as YouTube TV raising its price? Sheesh, doods, get a clue:

Cartoon: ‘What to do on a Rainy Day’

Our fave philosopher-cartoonist, Grant Snider, applies himself to a problem we’re certain has faced humanity since before the dawn of civilization. We endorse his solution but what also like to suggest an alternate of our own.

What’s that? You think you know. If you said, “Write!” you’d be right!

The Shape of Ideas Sketchbook by Grant Snider features new illustrations, comics on drawing and creativity, and many blank pages for your own ideas, doodles, and observations. Order it from Abrams or wherever you get your books.

While you’re at it, you can find more of Grant’s extraordinary perception of human creativity at Incidental Comics, HERE

Buy Grant’s wonderful book, The Shape of Ideas, HERE

Beginners Guide to Cord Cutting

Because everybody keeps asking:

The video above is for Paul. He knows who he is. Glad to be of service, P.W.

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