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How Writing a TV Show Works

TV and film writers may be on strike, but there's no reason you can't go ahead and prepare your great idea for production. Learn all about how to write a TV show, including understanding characters, treatments, and loglines.

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  • Inside 'Deadliest Catch'

    Inside 'Deadliest Catch'

    Don't think the cameramen who film "Deadliest Catch" aren't as gritty and daring as the show's subjects. When 800-pound crab pots are swinging onto a tilting and slippery deck, there's no time to baby-sit the Hollywood rookie. See more »

  • Inside 'Heroes'

    Inside 'Heroes'

    "Heroes" got Americans -- and fans in nearly 150 countries -- hooked on the adventures of an indestructible cheerleader, a Japanese time-traveler and an exotic dancer with a very split personality. And that was just the first season. See more »

  • Inside 'Jon and Kate Plus 8'

    Inside 'Jon and Kate Plus 8'

    One new baby at a time is a handful for most parents, so the thought of bringing home six infants -- when you already have twin toddlers -- is downright terrifying. But for Jon and Kate Gosselin, it was a reality. See more »

  • Inside 'Knight Rider'

    Inside 'Knight Rider'

    When "Knight Rider" premiered 26 years ago, the idea of a talking car was preposterous, outrageous and completely cool. Now "Knight Rider" is back with a new star, a new car and a new set of stunts to blow you away. See more »

  • Inside 'MythBusters'

    Inside 'MythBusters'

    Many people enjoy watching "MythBusters" find out whether cockroaches can survive a nuclear holocaust and other urban myths. But who are these cast members and have they ever been wrong? See more »

  • Inside 'Star Wars: The Clone Wars'

    Inside 'Star Wars: The Clone Wars'

    The sci-fi phenomenon that began more than 30 years ago with a movie about a galaxy long ago and far, far away has expanded once again with "Star Wars: The Clone Wars," the story of the galactic civil war that takes place between Episodes II and III. See more »

  • Inside The Amazing Race

    Inside The Amazing Race

    Have you ever wondered what it would be like to travel the world with only the clothes on your back and a few personal items tucked away in a backpack? The cast of CBS's "The Amazing Race" does just that. Go behind the scenes to see how contestants race around the globe for a $1 million prize. See more »

  • Sept. 24, 1954: NBC's 'Tonight Show' Debuts

    Sept. 24, 1954: NBC's 'Tonight Show' Debuts

    The NBC Tonight Show debuted in 1954 with Steve Allen as the show's first host. Learn more history of the NBC Tonight Show, how it changed over the years, and its infamous hosts, from Allen to Jack Paar, Johnny Carson and Jay Leno. See more »

  • Top 10 'Star Trek' Technologies That Actually Came True

    Top 10 'Star Trek' Technologies That Actually Came True

    The characters in "Star Trek" get to wield all kinds of high-tech gadgetry. Some of these gizmos are purely science fiction. What technologies have actually come to pass? See more »

  • What special gear is used to film on a boat?

    What special gear is used to film on a boat?

    It may not seem like much to film on a boat, but it can actually be quite dangerous. What kind of gear would you need to keep yourself upright on a boat shoot -- and what camera equipment would you need to make your footage pop? See more »

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