Wednesday, September 06, 2006

Lost showrunners talk

There's a fascinating interview with Damon LIndehof and Carlton Cuse, the showrunners on US TV drama phenomenon Lost, on the Writers' Guild of America (West) site. They talk about the mechanics of how the show is written, the development of its many, many ongoing storylines and brand extensions. They say the reason the show connects with so many people - particuarly in the absence of a single, clear antagonist - is its emphasis on deep character. You can access the article here (thanks to the WGGB site for the link).

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