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  • Children of Tendu podcast

    http://childrenoftendu.tumblr.com/

    http://childrenoftendu.libsyn.com/

    All kinds of awesome. A master class in the business of writing for TV from two veteran drama writers, Jose Molina and Javier Grillo_Marxuach. Pitching, surviving in the writers' room, casting, producing, getting along with the showrunner, staffing season, you name it.

    Cool guests, great war stories, what's not to like?
    If you really like it you can have the rights
    It could make a million for you overnight

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    This, Nerdist Writers Panel, and Scriptnotes are my favorite screenwriting podcasts.

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      I'm working my way through them. They're great!
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        Love these. It's their nuts-and-bolts approach, the way they break down and detail how the room and the business works, that sets this one apart.

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          The latest Children of Tendu podcast is essential listening for anyone now going through staffing season (or hoping to in the future):

          http://childrenoftendu.libsyn.com/te...season-special

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            The Vegas road trip one was pretty fun, if only because they actually recorded the *whole* trip

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              Children of Tendu is a fantastic podcast. If you're interested in TV writing, you're going to want to listen to what these guys say...

              They cover prep (pre-production), production and post production as well as everything else you should know after being on a show for several seasons. Really great stuff.

              I'm addicted.
              "Learn the rules like a pro, so you can break them like an artist,- Pablo Picasso

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