How to Get Your TV Show Idea on the Air #7

by Larry Brody

The seventh in a series of videos about what is for all practical purposes the most important thing to know in showbiz: How to sell your idea, your script, and yourself.

This is serious business indeed, but the process also is filled with fun and, yes, love.  So please sit back and click to learn, enjoy, and maybe even find your TV show Destiny by knowing more about WHAT EXECUTIVES WANT TO SEE IN A TV SERIES PITCH.

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munchman: Wes Studi And a Brief History of Native Americans in Film

It’s not often that GQ schools us in anything other than style, but the following article on Native actor Wes Studi is a fascinating and insightful lesson in both Studi’s life and what it feels like to grow up as an oppressed people within the United States.

In other words, if you’re reading this for muncherisms, you might as well stop now. Even “yer friendly neighborhood munchawhatever” knows when it’s time for the straight goods instead of snark.

The Untold Stories of Wes Studi
by Tommy Orange

When Wes Studi broke through in Dances With Wolves and The Last of the Mohicans, he was cast as a terrifying villain. But for many in the Native community, he was a hero channeling decades of righteous anger. Tommy Orange tells the story of an overlooked icon who forever changed the way Indigenous people are depicted onscreen. read article

How to Get Your TV Show Idea on the Air #6

by Larry Brody

The sixth in a series of videos about what is for all practical purposes the most important thing to know in showbiz: How to sell your idea, your script, and yourself.

This is serious business indeed, but the process also is filled with fun and, yes, love.  So please sit back and click to learn, enjoy, and maybe even find your TV show Destiny by knowing more about WHAT EXECUTIVES WANT TO SEE IN A TV SERIES PITCH.

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Dawn McElligott: Ready-to Wear? High Fashion? Mockery for the Next TV Season?

by Dawn McElligott

Critiques of THE DEVIL WEARS PRADA are showing up all over YouTube.  Viewers are enjoying the dissection of selected scenes with explanations of what makes them work. One video, “Andy Gets a Makeover,” attracted well over a million views since JoBlo Movie Clips posted it in June.

Impressive for a 15-year-old movie.

At the same time, Throw Back TV is posting scenes and full episodes of JUST SHOOT ME, a sitcom on NBC that poked fun at women’s magazines from 1997 to 2003. read article

How to Get Your TV Show Idea on the Air #5

by Larry Brody

The fifth in a series of videos about what is for all practical purposes the most important thing to know in showbiz: How to sell your idea, your script, and yourself.

This is serious business indeed, but the process also is filled with fun and, yes, love.  So please sit back and click to learn, enjoy, and maybe even find your TV show Destiny by knowing more about WHAT EXECUTIVES WANT TO SEE IN A TV SERIES PITCH.

MORE TO COME