TVWriter™ Top Posts for the Week Ending 2/14/14


Here they are, the most viewed TVWriter™ posts for the past week:

Kathy Sees Iron Man 3

Looking for TV Pilot Scripts?

3 Things Writers Can Learn From J.K. Rowling’s Second-Thoughts About Harry and Hermione

Don’t Get Screwed: The Contract Provisions Every Creative Needs to Know

Disney/ABC Writing Program Announces 2014 Participants

And our most viewed resource pages were:

Writing the Dreaded Outline


The Teleplay


The Logline

Thanks for making this another great week here at TVWriter™, and don’t forget to read what you missed, re-read what you loved, and, most importantly, come back for more soon!

munchman Recommends: “Difficult Men: Behind the Scenes of a Creative Revolution”

Difficult MenActually, the full title is Difficult Men: Behind the Scenes of a Creative Revolution: From The Sopranos and The Wire to Mad Men and Breaking Bad. But, clearly, author Brett Martin didn’t have headlines in mind when he came up with it.

This is good, though. Really good. Well written and informative. An explanation of how the television business, in which writers have always been the objects of contempt, ended up depending on a showrunner-driven creative machine. (While still holding those very writer-showrunners in contempt.)

Hell, I can more than recommend this. If you want to be a TV writer, or already are a TV writer, and you’re looking to get to the top, Difficult Men et al is a must-read.