Why An Infographic Version?
The talented @edwinatyrrell has created an infographic version of the most popular post on this blog, How To Write TV Series Bibles. I love the “cartoony” feel of Edwina’s infographic here – I think it fits the “feel” of the information and style of the post really well.
TV Series Bibles are those documents that accompany your spec TV pilot when you send them out to a producer, agent, competition or similar. Usually 3-5 pages long, they’re an added opportunity to sell your idea ‘off the page’ and hook the reader. (By the way, TV series bibles actually really a type of treatment, but for whatever reason the term has caught on, online).
Originally written waaaaay back in 2009, this post has now received in excess of 120K+ visits!!! Amazing. Be sure to follow Edwina on Twitter and say hello!
More on B2W About TV Writing:
- 9 Steps To Get Your Spec TV Pilot Written, Edited & Sent Out
- 5 Tips to Becoming A TV Showrunner
- Your Audience: Who Is Your Script FOR?
- Writing a 60 min TV Pilot (Returning Drama Series)
- F*ck Off, You C*nts: Swearing In Scripts
- UK TV Spec Scripts
Spec TV Series Bibles and ones for commissioned shows can be VERY different beasts, plus some producers, agents etc may call Spec TV series bibles “treatments” or “extended pitches”. More details HERE.
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