With hit series ‘Grey’s Anatomy,’ ‘Scandal,’ ‘Private Practice,’ ‘How To Get Away With Murder,’ and more under her belt, it’s pretty safe to say writer, author, and producer Shonda Rhimes knows a thing or two about penning hits for the small screen.
Now, the award-winning creator is looking to share some of her best kept tips and tricks with a legion of aspiring television writers.
Keen to pen your way to the next big hit for the big or small screen? What Shonda’s serving may be just what you need:
“Aspiring TV writers, “Grey’s Anatomy” and “Scandal” creator Shonda Rhimes has some advice for you: “I don’t believe in the phrase ‘aspiring writer.’ To me it’s just, you’re a writer.”
Said advice comes from the promotional material for Rhimes’ upcoming online course through MasterClass, in which she’ll teach writing for television. The head of Shondaland has a wealth of experience to dole out over the five hours of lessons that will be made available to pupils, from her first rejected TV pilot for ABC — about young female war correspondents — to juggling executive producing duties on a suite of successful series.
Rhimes aims to make the sometimes Byzantine process of writing a TV script accessible to anyone, not just those living in Los Angeles or in a grad school program.”
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