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Best Teleplays podcasts we could find (updated February 2020)
Best Teleplays podcasts we could find
Updated February 2020
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Join Sherriff Erasmus Dagger as he defends the city of New Chicago in the year 2999! Complete with a femme fatale love interest, an evil villain, and an annoying landlady, Erasmus Dagger tells a comedic tale that simultaneously parodies and pays homage to the sci-fi and western radio plays of the 1940s and 50s.
 
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Sherriff Dagger's vacation on the resort planet of New New England is interrupted suddenly when a monster not unlike (but for legal reasons different from) the shark from Jaws attacks an innocent beach-goer. Can Sheriff Dagger stop the monster? Is there a greater conspiracy at play? And where in the galaxy is Hot Pants? This podcast is powered by P…
 
The season finale is here! Erasmus Dagger faces his toughest case yet as he solves three mysteries at once and tries to save the town of New Chicago from impending doom! Will he save the town? Will he catch the culprit? Will this show survive to see another season? It's all here in the thrilling conclusion to Train of Naught. This podcast is powere…
 
The Season Finale Begins! When the New Chicago train goes missing, Sheriff Dagger knows that there's only one man who could be behind it. Meanwhile, Reginald Zorplon is sick, and Hot Pants delivers some enlightening commentary on economic systems in a frontier town. Hear all this and more in our special Mother's Day episode! This podcast is powered…
 
Producer and co-founder of The Launch screenplay contest, Zachary Green and writer/director and ARE WE THERE YET? creator, Ali LeRoi join the show to talk about their new film THE OBITUARY OF TUNDE JOHNSON, how they see the WGA/ATA standoff, THE LAUNCH million dollar screenplay contest and much more. Zachary Green is an entrepreneur and […]…
 
Bellevue Productions, Lit Manager and Producer, John Zaozirny returns to give a manager’s perspective on the WGA/ATA stand-off, to chat about working with a writer client to develop a self-published novel into a studio film (INFINITE starring Chris Evans, Antoine Fuqua directing for Paramount) and we answer a bunch of common new writer questions.…
 
unSCRIPTED #28 with Craig Doyle Grown-ish writer/Co-Executive Producer and unSCRIPTED regular Craig Doyle makes his glorious return to the show to talk about the rise of single cam sitcoms and dearth of multi-cam shows, film and TV spin-offs and reboots, the exciting and fractured world of modern content distribution and much more. NOTE: This podca…
 
unSCRIPTED #27 with Carole Kirschner WGA showrunner training program, Humanitas New Voices and CBS Writers Mentoring Program Director Carole Kirschner returns to the show to give insights and advice about the fellowship application and interview process, chat a little about the potential WGA strike and tell us all about her new virtual workshop, Ca…
 
unSCRIPTED #24 with Trey Callaway Writer/executive producer/showrunner Trey Callaway returns to the podcast to talk about his new series APB (premiering February 6th 9/8c on Fox), the in’s and out’s of what goes on in a writers’ room, what aspiring TV writers should focus on (and avoid) in meetings, what it’s like shooting in Chicago during […]…
 
unSCRIPTED #20 with Marcus Dunstan and Patrick Melton It’s our Halloween episode and we chat with SAW 3D and THE COLLECTOR filmmakers Marcus Dunstan and Patrick Melton about budgetary considerations when writing genre horror scripts, what their favorite Halloween costumes they ever had, what’s up with all the creepy clowns trying to lure kids into …
 
We talk to screenwriter and showrunner’s assistant Ashley O’Neil about budget considerations when writing genre films, advice for handling difficult notes, creating and taking advantage of opportunities, tips for building confidence and much more. Have a question about writing you’d like answered? Send us an EMAIL! Or Tweet it to us at @ScriptsScri…
 
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