MasterClass – Shonda Rhimes Teaches Writing for Television

Make Great Television
When Shonda Rhimes pitched Grey’s Anatomy she got so nervous she had to start over. Twice. Since then, she has created and produced TV’s biggest hits. In her class, Shonda teaches you how to create compelling characters, write a pilot, pitch your idea, and stand out in the writers’ room. You’ll also get original pilot scrs, pitch notes, and series bibles from her shows. Welcome to Shondaland.

02 Teach Yourself TV Writing
03 Finding an Idea
04 Developing the Concept
05 Researching Your Story
06 Creating Memorable Characters: Part 1
07 Creating Memorable Characters: Part 2
08 Pitching Your Show
09 Writing a Scr: Structure
10 Writing a Scr: Process
11 Writing a Scr: Effective Habits
12 Writing a Scr: The Pilot
13 Writing Authentic Dialogue
14 Case Study: Grey’s Anatomy Pilot – Part 1
15 Case Study: Grey’s Anatomy Pilot – Part 2
16 Case Study: Scandal Pilot – Act One
17 Case Study: Scandal Pilot – Act Two
18 Case Study: Scandal Pilot – Act Three
19 Case Study: Scandal Pilot – Act Four
20 Case Study: Scandal Pilot – Act Five
21 Editing Your Scr
22 Beyond the Pilot: Writing a Series
23 Scandal Case Study: “It’s Handled”
24 Breaking into the Industry
25 Working in a Writers’ Room
26 Working in TV Production
27 Showrunning
Becoming and being a showrunner is exciting, but it comes with immense responsibilities. Shonda talks through how she learned to become an effective showrunner.
28 Life of a Writer
29 Shonda’s Journey
30 Conclusion

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