Sundance Channel to Hold Discussions in The Writers Room

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Simply put, count us in for The Writers Room.

The Sundance Channel announced today that it has ordered this unscripted program to series, explaining in a press release:

“We know that much of today’s best entertainment is on television, but Sundance Channel and Entertainment Weekly want to know - who, what, when, where and why?! Social media has given us a lot of information about what our audience is craving - and we are listening. They want insider knowledge and a deeper perspective - this show will deliver that.”

Sundance Channel

None of the show's participants have been announced, but the six half-hour episodes will “spotlight an array of scripted television shows - from today’s pioneering cable dramas to the most critically acclaimed and popular network sitcoms," according to the statement.

In other words: Breaking Bad, Mad Men, Homeland and more.

In other words, to reiterate: count us in.

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