Writing Sitcoms

Writing Sitcoms Almost every writer whether professional or beginner has thought of a good sitcom idea at one time or another but fleshing that idea out is a long and complicated process of character development

  • Title: Writing Sitcoms
  • Author: Johnny Byrne Marcus Powell
  • ISBN: 9780713665260
  • Page: 475
  • Format: Paperback
  • Almost every writer, whether professional or beginner, has thought of a good sitcom idea at one time or another, but fleshing that idea out is a long and complicated process of character development, plotting, dialogue writing and rewriting and then putting the whole package together in a way that will attract producers.In this book, successful sitcom writers John Byrne anAlmost every writer, whether professional or beginner, has thought of a good sitcom idea at one time or another, but fleshing that idea out is a long and complicated process of character development, plotting, dialogue writing and rewriting and then putting the whole package together in a way that will attract producers.In this book, successful sitcom writers John Byrne and Marcus Powell break that process down into a series of easy to follow steps With chapters devoted to concept, characters and plot through to proposals, commissioning and production, Writing Sitcoms covers every aspect needed for success in the UK.

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  • An engaging, practical and accessible overview of writing sitcoms. It shows its age a little though, being published in 2003: it focuses on traditional multi-camera sitcoms rather than more modern single camera shows like Spaced and The Office, which had both aired at the time of writing. So following the advice here could result in you writing some very talky sitcoms (but their championing of Shelley prompted me to check it out on DVD, which I'm grateful for). The odd strange error / omission t [...]


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