In our next episode from the ATX Television festival, Melissa is joined by Playing House stars and executive producers Lennon Parham and Jessica St. Clair.
In the first of our episodes from Season 6 of the ATX Television Festival in Austin, Texas, Alison Brie, Betty Gilpin, and Liz Flahive talk about their new series, GLOW.
Episode 17 features Rachel Stuhler, a writer and former script supervisor. Her writing credits include TV movies such as Kristen’s Christmas Past on Lifetime, and Love Takes Wing on Hallmark.
In Episode 16, Melissa is joined by Lane Allison and Deb Snyder, two amazing ladies currently working on a digital series called After Pluto.
Fem TV returns with Episode 15 and features Allison Friedman, Director of Development at Color Force. Allison has worked on several projects, including last year’s hit FX series American Crime Story: The People v O.J. Simpson.
Tecca Crosby is the Senior Vice President of Creative Affairs at eOne Television. As a producer and network executive, she was involved with international hits like Slings and Arrows, Degrassi and Orphan Black. In her current role at eOne, she championed the drama series Mary Kills People and Cardinal to success in Canada.
Kaaren Whitney-Vernon is the CEO of Shift2, the branded entertainment agency that brought us the wildly popular, award-winning web series, Carmilla. We discuss her career and the evolution of branded content into an entertaining art form.
Tina Charles joins us for Episode 12 to talk about her TV production career, including her time at VH1, TV Guide Network, and most recently, working on Oprah’s Where are they Now? for OWN.
Director and Producer Adrienne Mitchell (Durham County, Bomb Girls, and Bellevue) walks us through creating the vision, sound and feel of a TV series from its inception through to the actual filming.
Virginia Rankin is the executive producer on English-language productions for Sphere Media Plus, working on English adaptations of shows like 19-2 and This Life. She has supervised over three hundred hours of broadcast television as both a producer and production executive, including the popular series Flashpoint.