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Children of Tendu

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Javier Grillo-Marxuach (Emmy Award-winning writer/producer on "Lost" and creator of "The Middleman") and Jose Molina (writer/producer on "Sleepy Hollow," "Firefly," "Castle" and "Law & Order: SVU") share their hard-earned experiences, giving practical, straight-shooting advice on breaking into television and staying there!

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A frank & funny look behind the curtain of TV writing

Javier Grillo-Marxuach and Jose Molina, both talented writers with substantial experience, talk about how to break into TV writing, drawing on their own experience and friendship as well as knowledge of contemporary forces (social media, the popularity of genre TV) to bust false myths and shed light on the reality of pursuing a career writing for TV.

a must-listen for wannabe tv writers!

just finished the first episode and am excited for the second! it’s refreshing to hear NORMAL, kind people talk about tv writing and that’s what this show is- a lot of practical, usable advice for people who want to get into tv writing (like myself).

i absolutely hate the song ‘counting blue cars’, so if i have one gripe, it’d be the title, but, hey, i believe in people doing their own thing and i’ll be listening regardless.

nice job, fellas!


Great TV Screenwriting Podcast

Javier Grillo-Marxauch and Jose Molina are both great writers in today's television scene, and this is a fun and informative podcast on breaking into television writing and the nuts and bolts of the writing process of today. They have great chemestry together and I'm looking forward to hearing waht their next topics will be, So engaging and informative that I actually got out a pen and paper and took notes!

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