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Sitcom Mission 2010: Thunderer

Writing sitcoms professionally is a privilege, though a privilege that comes with lots of hard work. If you're reading this, you are most likely working on at least one original sitcom - and perhaps you have other ideas bubbling away. That is excellent and you should absolutely keep going with them.

You may, however, be looking for an additional project: it doesn't hurt to be working on another idea, too. A very successful sitcom writer told us his approach was always to have "one baked, one being mixed and one in the oven".

The temptation is to develop another sitcom...

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Published: Tuesday 28th June 2022
Lee Mack

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