Last Week’s Most Important Cord Cutting Developments

Cord Cutters News gives us the latest on the cord cutting front. Netflix’s Latest Numbers, Hulu Loses RSNs, Quibi Shutting Down, and More read article

How to Make a Sizzle Reel


At last! A video answer to one of the most commonly asked questions Larry Brody & Co. (that last part is this nameless minion) hear from TV writers new, old, rich, poor, students, teachers, you-name-it. read article

Latest on WGAW Connect

What has our Writers Guild done for us lately?

Glad you asked because the Guild has a wonderful answer in Writers Connect, a short newsletter members get every week. (See? Another good reason to bust your butt to qualify and join.) read article

Latest WGA-Talent Agency Campaign Update: WME and CAA

by Larry Brody

Here’s where we as WGAW members stand. This email went out to Writers Guild of America West last Friday. And, yes, it’s important even if you aren’t a member because these issues affect the way all of our fun little industry called showbiz is run.

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‘Lovecraft Country’ Showrunner says she “failed” with indigenous character storyline

Are TV writers paying attention to the problems, issues, and needs of indigenous people (including indigenous writers)? Misha Green certainly seems to be, although she’s not exactly pleased with her own results. What do you think?

Misha Green of ‘Lovecraft Country”

by Zack Sharf

Misha Green is taking responsibility for what she believes is one of the biggest failures of “Lovecraft Country” so far: the storyline of the Indigenous Two-Spirit character Yahima (Monique Candalaria). The “Lovecraft Country” showrunner took to social media this week after the airing of the first season’s penultimate episode to admit she failed the character by killing them off shortly after introducing them. read article