Just as a lark – not cuz we need us a job, oh no, not us – we did a little googling to see what might be available on the interwebs in the way of television writing jobs, and guess what? We found us some.
And, unlike some TV writing gigs, which demand that the writer live in L.A., these are for peeps who want to live elsewhere. (Which is mainly why we’re forwarding them. Cuz we just spent a whole lotta time and effort moving into our shabby Burbank digs and can’t even think about going to, you know Minnesota or even Seattle.
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Nick Zano (newbie writer, experienced comedy actor on COUGAR TOWN) is creating NICKY, a sitcom project based on his life for Warner Brothers TV. (Because Warners likes making deals with actors, especially when they have best friends like Channing Tatum, who’ll be producing this show if it ever gets made.)
Mike Reiss (THE SIMPSONS, THE CRITIC) is adapting his children’s book, How Murray Saved Christmas into a Christmas special for NBC. And it already has an airdate in December of 2014. (Probably because Mike isn’t an actor and really knows this writing stuff.)
Simon Rich (SATURDAY NIGHT LIVE) adapting his book, The Last Girlfriend on Earth into a comedy premise/pilot for FX. (Because he’s only 28 and if the series goes he’ll get to be one of the youngest series creeators ever, which is eminently cool so we’re all for it. Although we admit that if we were much older than 28 we might not be.)
Claudia Lonow (HOW TO LIVE WITH YOUR PARENTS) has joined the writing staff of NBC’s upcoming sitcom SEAN SAVES THE WORLD. (And she also has a new overall deal with Universal Television cuz that’s how this works.)
What the hell are we talking about? We could write our little hearts out and tell you, but it’s always better to show instead of tell. So here’s the complete first episode of the new Showtime series RAY DONOVAN.
Oh, right, the very name of the show already has become an interweb meme. Maybe this’ll help you figure out why: