294: Romance and YA TV

A double-header recorded at ATX, a Television Festival earlier this year. First, Keeping the Romance Alive with Hart Hanson (creator, Bones), Liz Tigelaar (showrunner, Casual; creator, Life Unexpected), Carter Covington (creator, Faking It), and Jennie Snyder Urman (creator, Jane the Virgin). How do writers keep a show going that’s centered around a romance? What pitfalls can that bring, how do they keep an audience caring through the third, fourth, and fifth break upsor even more, after the central couple commits for the long haul, or worse decides to leave the show? Moderated by Jarret Wieselman (Buzzfeed). Then, Jarret is joined by Carina MacKenzie (The Originals) to talk about Young Adult TV with Tigelaar, Covington, Anna Fricke (developer, Being Human), and Rebecca Serle (Famous in Love). The creators of these teen centered TV shows discuss what they believe classifies a show as YA, what storylines they will and will not broach when it comes to this age range, and how they have mastered writing from the teenage perspective while garnering audiences of all ages. Recorded at ATX Television Festival on June 10-11, 2016. Get your badge now for ATX’s sixth season, June 8-11 2017, at http://atxfestival.com

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