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Monday, April 03, 2017

How to Create a TV Show: The Archive

Now let’s go back and look at my TV posts (I’m focusing at first on those sections that didn’t make it into the book.) These have held up pretty well. I propose at one point that you should do something crazy like pitch a pirate show, years before competing pirate shows actually made it on TV...

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