Properly storylining your script before you start writing is essential to completing your first draft successfully.
Inspiration is often talked about as if it's the main problem facing comedy creatives. Inspiration is a red herring; what you need are commitment and discipline...
Here are some nuts-and-bolts tips on how to be prolific (productive)... tips you can use even if, actually, you're a lazy person.
No matter what kind of show you're writing, making sure that you have the right characters is crucial.
Treatments for comedy shows can be deceptively difficult to write. We take a look at the common structure of these documents, and offer some advice on how to write a slick pitch.
We've all been there. You have an idea for a sitcom that you absolutely love... You maybe even have an idea for an episode, but when you sit down to write it, you have no idea how to fit it all together. We discuss how to easily structure an episode.
Jack Bernhardt discusses how to ensure that your plots and characters are working together... so there's never a scenario where you character ends up doing something they absolutely would never do.