"A fantastic, fun, informative guide to breaking into-and more importantly, staying in-the TV writing game from the guys who taught me how to play it." --Terence Winter, Exec Producer,Boardwalk Empire Should be required reading for all aspiring television writers
--Howard Gordon, Exec Producer, "24" and "Homeland""Reading this book is like having a good, long lunch with your two best friends in the TV business." --Janet Evanovich, New York Times bestselling authorHere is a must-read for new writers and established practitioners whose imagination could use a booster shot --Professor Richard Walter, Screenwriting Chairman, UCLA Department of Film and TV
* ""...Never dull, Successful Television Writing is a pleasure to read. This one goes to the top of my pile..."" (The Write Stuff, February 2004)
"Where was this book when I was starting out?! A fantastic, fun, informative guide to breaking in - and more importantly, staying in the TV writing game - from the guys who taught me how to play it." —Terence Winter, Co-Executive Producer, The Sopranos
"Goldberg and Rabkin write not only with clarity and wit but also with the authority gleaned through their years of experience slogging through Hollywood's trenches. Here is a must-read not only for new writers but also for established practitioners whose spirit and imagination could use a booster shot." —Prof. Richard Walter, Screenwriting Chairman, UCLA Dept. Film and TV
"Not since William Goldman's Adventures in the Screen Trade has there been a book this revealing, funny, and informative about The Industry. Reading this book is like having a good, long lunch with your two best friends in the TV business." —Janet Evanovich
"With sharp wit and painful honesty, Goldberg & Rabkin offer the truest account yet of working in the TV business. Accept no substitutes!" —Jeffrey B. Hodes & Nastaran Dibai, Executive Producers, "Third Rock from The Sun"
"Should be required reading for all aspiring television writers." —Howard Gordon, Executive Producer, 24 and X-Files