US television drama has gained recognition for its sophisticated narrative form, and the role of the writer has been central to this. Here television writers share their experiences and practices of writing for highly successful shows such as The Sopranos, Seinfeld, Cheers, Sex and the City, The Wire, Mad Men, The Big C and Boardwalk Empire.bright side of TV writing: aThere is a joy in TV a I have more control of my storyline here, in some ways more than as a playwright. ... While in four months I did 35 episodes of In Treatment, in four months at Lights Out we did 13 episodes, thata#39;s an awful lot of storytelling. ... Susan Miller reflects that it is probably the hardest work shea#39;s ever done: building an audience, growing a fan base, making a show, anbsp;...
|Title||:||Inside The Writers' Room|
|Publisher||:||Palgrave Macmillan - 2013-12-13|