Rich with humor and insight, Tom Stempel's book showcases the behind-the-scenes writers of the best and worst American television shows. Writers from Paddy Chayefsky to Steven Bochco recount their experiences of working and fighting with network producers, censors, and the stars. The shows include I Love Lucy, All in the Family, and thirtysomething, as well as others that never made it past a failed pilot. Using interviews and informal anecdotes, Stempel has compiled the first in-depth historical account of the making of television's most renowned moments.Woodward did two scripts on her own and was teamed on a third one with Grace McKeaney, although aquot;teamedaquot; is perhaps ... What was funny was that hecausc Grace and I really werena#39;t working together on it, we kept using the same fairy- taleanbsp;...
|Title||:||Storytellers to the Nation|
|Publisher||:||Syracuse University Press - 1996|