In this week’s round up brought to us by Script magazine, interviews with television show creators Zahir McGhee (Queens) and Rebecca Addelman (Guilty Party), Netflix’s Red Notice writer-director Rawson Marshall Thurber, and more!

In this week’s round up brought to us by Script magazine, interviews with television show creators Zahir McGhee (Queens) and Rebecca Addelman (Guilty Party), Netflix’s Red Notice writer-director Rawson Marshall Thurber, and more!

Interview with “Guilty Party” Creator and Writer Rebecca Addelman

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“Guilty Party” creator and writer Rebecca Addelman shares insight into creating characters, where the idea for the series was inspired from, and why writing for television was her true calling. Plus, she shares advice for budding television writers!

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Writing Stories You Want to See On Screen with “Queens” Creator and Writer Zahir McGhee

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Script‘s Editor Sadie Dean interviews “Queens” creator and writer Zahir McGhee about the origin story for his new hit TV show, his writing journey and shares his daily thoughts and hopes on the future of television.

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TV Writer Podcast 119 – Multi-Hyphenate Actor-Producer-Writer Meg Messmer

We are constantly told to “pick a lane.” But what if our creativity is stifled by only doing one thing? Is it possible to make a living as a multi-hyphenate? This week, host Gray Jones interviews Meg Messmer to find out.

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A Nod to Classic Action-Adventure Hollywood Movies and Storytelling with Red Notice Writer-Director Rawson Marshall Thurber

Red Notice writer-director Rawson Marshall Thurber shares his love for Hollywood classics and childhood comedy adventure films that inspired his new film, how he approaches writing action scripts, and specific camera gear that helped shape the tone and look of his action-adventure comedy film.

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