What do showrunners look for when staffing a writer's room?
The ability to write, yes.
The ability to play well with others, of course.
But there's more. Much more, especially with the situation with ATA-WGA creating a level of anxiety with writer's both old and new. It's not just about story arcs and solid portfolios.
Click the link below to learn what four showrunners are looking for when it comes to getting butts in seats.
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