The Skills & Secrets to Writing One-Hour Television – Seminar at Netflix

Event Date January 12, 2019 @ 9am - 12 noon
Location Netflix
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Hi everyone,


Here’s info on a great seminar on THE SKILLS & SECRETS TO WRITING ONE HOUR TELEVISION.


A not-to-be-missed event for writers who want to break into episodic drama for television and/or streaming, as well as writers who are already working but still have questions – or ANYONE who wants to know the inside scoop on how things work in the industry!


As always, there’s a great discount for (only $30!) – details are below!


Good luck, have a great day, and don’t forget to dream big!




Jeffrey R. Gund

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Learn how to find a seat at the table and thrive in the television writers’ room!


SATURDAY, January 12th, 2019

9am – 12 noon



5808 W. Sunset Blvd.

Hollywood, CA 90028

(Free guest parking is located at 1455 N. Van Ness Ave.)


Breaking into writing episodic drama can seem like cracking the sort of mystery you’d find in a… well, an episodic drama.  If you’re trying to decode the process of getting into a writers’ room, join us for a discussion on what it takes to be a successful candidate, how to present yourself to a showrunner, and how to make yourself invaluable once you’re in.


The discussion will be led by an experienced showrunner who has traveled this bumpy road herself.  Whether you’re new to the industry, already working on a show in a non-writing capacity, or on staff and planning your next steps, this is an event you won’t want to miss.  Bring all your questions – we’ll share thoughts, tips, frustrations, and success stories. 


The goal of this workshop is to inform you, encourage you, and ensure you’re pointed in the right direction to reach your goals in writing episodic drama.


Who should attend:

Writers who want to break into episodic drama for television and/or streaming, as well as writers who are already working but still have questions – or ANYONE who wants to know the inside scoop on how things work in the industry!


By the end of this class you’ll know:

•  Whether episodic drama is the place for you as a writer
•  The tools you will need to get started and to move forward as a writer
•  How to catch the attention of a showrunner
•  The vital keys to longevity in a career in episodic writing


PLUS – this will be a great networking event to meet other industry professionals!



PREMIUM and PRO InfoList Members get $10 OFF!!  That’s just $30 (normally $40!) to learn from a top industry professional!!

UPGRADE NOW (or log in to your Premium/Pro Account) so you can take advantage of this special offer!


Or, skip the upgrade and pay regular price –


We will fill up fast – register now at:


Requirements:  Bring something to take notes.




Sheryl J. Anderson is a television writer/producer; she is currently executive producer and showrunner of Sweet Magnolias, coming to Netflix in 2019.  Her credits go back to pre-streaming days and include Parker Lewis Can’t Lose, Charmed (the first one), Flash Gordon, and Ties That Bind.  She has sold pilots to SyFy, Lifetime, and NBC, and written movies for Hallmark and UPtv.  Sheryl is an adjunct faculty member in the Screenwriting MFA program at Pepperdine University and lectures regularly at Azusa Pacifica University.  She is also the author of the Molly Forrester Mysteries (Ignition Books).



We will fill up fast – register now at:


Please note our new address at Netflix for this workshop!


For questions or more information, please email us at:



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