When a writer wants to know the best way to pitch his or her project to Netflix or Amazon, it's important that they recognize something before they even entertain the notion: Know thy people around you, first.
During his free webinar, "Ask Me Anything," RB answered this question frankly and thoroughly.
If you think your show has the legs to get a meeting with Netflix, there are three key questions you need to ask yourself first:
1) Why you?
2) Why now?
3) What value are you bringing?
Click the link below to hear the rest of what he has to say on the best way to pitch your project to Amazon or Netflix.
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