EP #002– Where do TV Writers Get Their Ideas? Listen and learn…
In this, our second podcast episode, I take you through the concept of LOGLINES and how they can be used to create a TV show.
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EPISODE #002–Where Do TV WRITERS Get Ideas?
RUN TIME about 22 minutes
The show is divided into four parts.
PART ONE: The Story
Today I make you take the Writer’s Pledge. When you do, you’ll be part of our super secret society!
PART TWO: The Topic of the Week.
- Finding a METHODOLOGY to writing TV
- Loglines. What are they? How do they work.
PART THREE: Your Homework
Here’s your homework:
- Write some LOGLINES for a SERIES PREMISE that is sparked by these two photos. Use one, or write for both, or combine the two! Have fun!
PART FOUR: Your Questions
Today we take a question from ARWEN in SEATTLE about how to judge how fast a page of a TV script will play in minutes.
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The Complete Directory to Prime Time Network and Cable TV Shows, 1946-Present
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