On Writing : Question for writers of TV scripts by Rosalind Winton

Rosalind Winton

Question for writers of TV scripts

Hi Everyone As well as being the official editor for Stage 32, I'm also a literary editor with my own business. I have been editing screenplays for members of the site and I enjoy the process so much and learned so much, that I am now looking into adapting novels and stories into screenplays and TV scripts. I understand the concept, language and format of writing a screenplay for film, but I have learned that writing for television is completely different. I was wondering if anyone would be prepared to show me a television script, in order for me to learn how to write for television. I would be most grateful and I am prepared to do a free, once over proof read in return. Thank you very much.

Regina Lee

It sounds like maybe you could benefit from checking out - https://www.stage32.com/lounge/screenwriting/General-guidance-on-TV-stru... Clicking on the links might help you better focus your question.

Robyn Lucas

If you go to bbcwriters room you can download some of the BBC's screenplays I.e: peaky blinders, testament of youth ect. Plenty to choose from. Maybe that could help you. http://www.bbc.co.uk/writersroom/scripts

Rosalind Winton

Robyn Thank you soooooooo much, this is a GREAT help. I really appreciate it.

Rosalind Winton

Regina and Robyn, thank you sooooooooooooooooo much, this is all a great help :)

Sydney Cuthbert

LA Screenwriters website has many tv scripts on their site. You should check 'em out.

Rosalind Winton

Thank you Sydney, that's great, I certainly will do :)

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