For the first Paper Team Live event, Alex and Nick go to WonderCon 2017 to host a panel on the dialogue between TV writers and their fans.
This relationship has become a vital tool for many television shows — and one that is often very fickle. That's why we've invited writers and assistants from several beloved shows to share their thoughts on the issue.
Panelists include Ray Utarnachitt (DC's Legends of Tomorrow), Jill Weinberger (Chicago Fire), Tennessee Martin (Lucifer), Diya Mishra (The Tick), and Taylor Brogan (The Shannara Chronicles).
What does a typical conversation look like between a writers' room and their fandom? How much attention do TV writers pay to fans? Have fans' voices changed the course of a story or character? What is it like going from being a fan of a show to being involved directly in the creative decisions?
The Paper Team goes live in room 209...
Live Paper Team WonderCon panel (00:00:38)
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Taylor Brogan on Twitter
Diya Mishra on Twitter
Tennessee Martin on Twitter
Jill Weinberger on Twitter
Ray Utarnachitt on Twitter
The Shannara Chronicles
Into the Badlands
South of Nowhere
Wonder Woman (TV series)
DC's Legends of Tomorrow
Buffy the Vampire Slayer
It's Your Move
The Tick Writers' Room on Twitter
Lucifer Writers' Room on Twitter
Into the Badlands Writers' Room on Twitter
The Shannara Chronicles Writers' Room on Twitter
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ATX Television Festival