Hi! Welcome to another TV Tuesday! On Tuesdays, I plan to post blogs about my TV writing adventures, advice for aspiring TV writers, and any other industry-related topics.
Today’s blog is rather short because we’re coming off Memorial Day weekend! I decided to post all the links about my latest TV job as Producer on SyFy’s EUREKA series. I know many of you who follow me on Twitter are Eureka/sci fi fans. And for those of you who have not watched EUREKA yet… now’s your chance! Of course, I like to spell our show as “YOOREKA,” but for some reason, SyFy has not made the spelling change! 🙂
(Keep reading after the jump for some EUREKA info…)
In a nutshell, EUREKA is a wonderful TV drama/comedy series about a secret town of geniuses who work on classified government projects. Of course, something is always going awry with some genius’ experiment, and it’s up to our hero Sheriff Jack Carter to save the day. Ironically, Carter is NOT a genius, but his common sense and Everyman sensibilities helps him see the forest for the trees, unlike our detail-obsessed scientists.
To find out more about our show, go here:
To read about our behind-the-scenes life in the EUREKA writers’ room go to our blog here:
For a fun blog about my experience on the set of EUREKA for the filming of my episode, “Crossing Over” (the Warehouse 13/Eureka crossover event which aired during Season 4), go here:
Here’s my travel bear Bartlett and I on the set of EUREKA’s “Cafe Diem”…
And here’s me on the set of GD (Global Dynamics) in Eureka!
And here’s me & actress Allison Scagliotti, who plays Claudia on WAREHOUSE 13, at the 2010 ComicCon in San Diego. (She played a major role when Claudia visits Eureka in my episode 405 “Crossing Over” which featured the Eureka/Warehouse 13 crossover event)…
Season 4.5 of EUREKA debuts on Monday July 11th at 8 PM, followed by Warehouse 13 and the new series Alphas. Stay tuned for future fun Eureka blogs as we get closer to our Season 4.5 debut date!
Until the next TV TUESDAY blog (which will feature more TV writing/industry advice etc.), Happy Writing! WRITE LIKE YOU MEAN IT! 🙂