Aaron Fullerton talks with Co-Creators/showrunners Jonathan Nolan (Dark Knight, Interstellar) & Lisa Joy (Pushing Daisies, Person of Interest) about their new series, Westworld.
In this bonus episode Aaron Fullerton talks with writer/director Whit Sillman (Love & Friendship, The Last Days of Disco, Metropolitan) about literary adaptation and directing his own work.
Bob Odenkirk moderates this TV writers panel with Scott Alexander & Larry Karaszewski (The People v. O.J. Simpson), Joel Fields & Joe Weisberg (The Americans), Alex Gregory & Peter Huyck (Veep), Marti Noxon & Sarah Gertrude Shapiro (UnREAL), Carolyn Omine (The Simpsons), and Alex Rubens (Key & Peele).
Brian Gary goes in depth with screenwriter Jon Spaihts (Passengers, Dr. Strange, Prometheus) about his approach to Science Fiction and Fantasy and the path that made him one of the go-to genre writers in Hollywood.
In this bonus episode Aaron Fullerton talks with showrunner Joe Henderson (Lucifer, Graceland, 11.22.63) about staffing, and life in the room.
Steve Trautmann talks with Rhett Reese & Paul Wernick (Deadpool, Zombieland) about their friendship, career and collaboration. WGF Executive Director Katie Buckland makes her pitch for contributions to the Writers Guild Foundation.
A brief message from WGAW President Howard Rodman, and Aaron Fullerton talks with Chance co-creator/showrunner Alex Cunningham (Aquarius, Bates Motel, Desperate Housewives) about her new Hulu series, creative process, and career.
Steve & Monique talk with Stephen Falk (You're The Worst, Weeds, Orange Is The New Black) about his career, diversity and creating "You're The Worst."
Brian Gary talks with Arrival / Lights Out screenwriter Eric Heisserer about adapting stories for film and the project that jump started his career – and also speaks with Writers Guild Foundation archivist Hilary Swett about the library’s extensive holdings and her role as researcher.
Aaron Fullerton talks with Chris Kelly (SNL, Broad City) about improv, sketch writing, and his semi-autobiographical movie, "Other People." Also, information about the Writers Guild Foundation's first annual Texas Hold 'Em Tournament.
Prentice Penny discusses his career and showrunning the new HBO series, Insecure. Also a snippet of WGAW’s recent Sublime Primetime 2016 panel with Emmy-nominated writers.
Aaron Fullerton talks to American Gothic Creator/Executive Producer Corinne Brinkerhoff (Jane the Virgin, Elementary, The Good Wife) about her career and showrunning.
Brian Gary talks with Jose Molina (Agent Carter, The Vampire Diaries) & Javier Grillo-Marxuach (Lost, The 100 discuss their careers as writers and producers, and also about their podcast, The Children of Tendu.
Justin Marks discusses The Jungle Book, Counterpart, TopGun 2 and more. Also Hilliard Guess talks to Dwayne Johnson-Cochran from the Genre Committee.
Neil Druckmann (The Last of Us and Uncharted 4) talks with Gennifer Hutchison about story in video games, and Aaron returns to the podcast to discuss WGAW elections. Feature writer survey questions: firstname.lastname@example.org
Paul Feig & Katie Dippold discuss their careers and their latest movie, "Ghostbusters." Also, Steve and Brian discuss the past year of WGAW podcasts.
John August talks with Simon Kinberg (X-Men: Apocalypse, Sherlock Holmes), about writing and producing, and Hilliard Guess interviews Gary Goldstein, the chair of the LGBTQ Writers Committee.
Captain America: Civil War screenwriters Christopher Markus & Stephen McFeely are interviewed by fellow scribe Jose Molina (Agent Carter) about their career and writing in the Marvel Comics Universe.
Ron Moore the showrunner of "Outlander" is interviewed by fellow "Outlander" writer Toni Graphia; and an interview with UCLA Professor Darnell Hunt regarding the 2016 Hollywood Diversity Report, conducted by Tery Lopez, Director of the WGAW Diversity Department.
Bryan Sipe, the writer of "Demolition" is interviewed by Craig Borten (Dallas Buyers Club), and a recap of the "Creating Your Webseries event.
David Windsor & Casey Johnson from "The Real O'Neals" are interviewed by showrunner Nahnatchka Khan, and Hilliard Guess talks with Maria Escobedo and Evette Vargas from The Latino Writers Committee.
Scott Alexander, Larry Karaszweski, who developed "The People vs. O.J. Simpson" for TV are interviewed by Daniel Waters. Also Lesley Mackey, Senior Director of Credits, returns discuss credit arbitration.
Brent Forrester discusses his career in comedy writing and showrunning, and Lesley Mackey from Credits discusses how writers can protect their credits.
Josh Safran, creator and showrunner of Quantico, is interviewed by Liz Tuccillo, and Hilliard Guess interviews Michelle Amor, the co-chair of The Black Writers Committee.