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As a big fan of television and an aspiring writer myself, I find the Nerdist Writers Panel series to be tremendously insightful and helpful into the world of television writing. Ben Blacker always serves as a great moderator and always guides the panelists to wonderful stories and discussions about their individual experiences as well as those that have a more universal feel. The panelists are always phenomenal (even the ones I'm not familiar with) and at the end of each and every episode I'm always sad that it didn't go on for another ever. It's the highlight of my podcasting week, a must-listen-to, and one of the best podcasts around. Can't wait to hear more and I hope this podcast goes on for a long time. Hopefully forever. That would be my favourite.Read full review »
GungaDin416 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 10/03/11
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I'm not a television writer but I love the long-form narrative story-arc that serialized television provides. I find this podcast so interesting and I enjoy hearing about what goes on behind the scenes. I do have to be careful with spoilers for certain shows that I haven't seen before,...Read full review »
flamy_sf via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 09/19/12
I love this podcast! I am not a TV writer (aspiring or otherwise) and feel I can barely call myself a writer in general. However, as a viewer of TV this podcast provides incredible insight and information "behind the scenes". It's almost more interesting to hear about show creation...Read full review »
makin410 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 11/03/11
Hands down my favorite podcast right now, listen and relisten all the time. Really love that you ask what the writers are watching now, got me watching a lot of new great shows.
Megakittenkitten via Apple Podcasts · Canada · 04/22/12
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