Monday, October 1, 2012

Interview with TV writer Liz Tigelaar, creator of "Life Unexpected" - Part 2: First Staff Writer Job on "American Dreams"

Part 1 - Breaking in as an assistant

Writing for TV is hard.  It takes more than selling a single episode to jump right to staff writer.  In this segment, Liz talks about her time as an assistant after writing her first episode and how a "can do" attitude was critical to getting her in the right spot to land her first staff job on American Dreams.

Part 3 - How Do I Get an Agent?
Part 4 - Selling a Pilot
Part 5 - Personal Themes in Writing
Part 6 - Genesis of "Life Unexpected"
Part 7 - First-Time Showrunner
Part 8 - Developing the second year of LUX
Part 9 - Dealing with network notes
Part 10 - Controversial LUX storylines
Part 11 - LUX lives on
Part 12 - Network overall deal, working on Once Upon a Time and Revenge
Part 13 - The Bitter Questions

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