How to Get Your TV Show Idea on the Air #1

by Larry Brody

This is a big moment, kids. The debut of TVWriter™’s new weekly feature spotlighting videos on how to sell your TV series and get it made and seen by your friends, neighbors, enemies, and, of course, perfect strangers.

Longtime visitors to this site will remember the image above as accompanying a humorous gossip column called “For Love & Money” that we ran in years gone by. We’re using it now because, for better and for worse, those two elements of life remain what the TV Industry is all about.

In other words, 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. read article


best non-screenwriting books

Our buds at ScriptReadPro.Com have come up with a whole new angle for aspiring screenwriters.

We don’t want to give it away completely, so let’s just say that if you’re the kind of writer who likes to think outside the box, this article’s for y’all. read article

Overcoming Showbiz Obstacles

A couple of weeks ago,, one of the finest websites about getting started in the entertainment industry you’ll ever see, posted some of the most important videos you’ll ever see on YouTube if you’re an ambitious showbiz aspirant. Don’t just go, “Oh, wow!,” click and watch, friends. For your own good and that of the audience you’re trying to get as well.

The whole kit & kaboodle, complete with editorial commentary, is (are?) HERE

Stephanie Bourbon: Goals Help Writers Reach Their Dreams

LB’S NOTE: One of our fave TV writers-illustrators-screenwriters-vloggers, Stephanie Bourbon, shares her productive insight into the practical value of setting goals.

by Stephanie Bourbon

Hello, Writers! read article

Munchman: All You Need to Know to Fulfill Your Hollywood Dreams

by munchman

Hey kids!

Are you new to showbiz? Did you just relocate to L.A.? Wondering what the hell you should do next? read article