The job of a showrunner for a TV show may be the best and the worst job, but a lot of people have taken it to create the most popular shows. Showrunners takes a look at some of the more well-known people in that job including Hart Hanson, Joss Whedon, Damon Lindelof and Ron Moore.
A woman named Maria Martinez looks clean cut, but she’s stealing GPS locators and having secret meetings. Is she the victim or the perpetrator? Seems like standard fare for Person of Interest, however with this myth-arc, nothing is as it seems.
A documentary that shows prominent producers through the process of creating popular TV shows is getting a distributor.
The producers of Showrunners have announced that Submarine Entertainment will distribute the film worldwide. The film takes the audience behind the scenes, into the writers’ room and on set with candid interviews with 20 of today’s top showrunners, presents an intimate discussion with the creators of your favorite TV shows.
Those who attended Comic-Con arranged their whole schedule around at least one panel, whether it was The Expendables, Harry Potter, Chuck or V.
Still, one panel most fans were anticipating was about two men, a couple of guys who made little things like a vampire-hunting teen, a college girl, a group of Browncoats, and unusual science.
They are…Joss Whedon and J.J. Abrams.
Comic-Con has released the schedule for the first day, July 22nd. While there will be plenty of attention for the movie panels at Hall H, from Tron Legacy to RED, and Scott Pilgrim to The Expendables, the big panel is Joss Whedon and JJ Abrams that afternoon.