Due to the high volume of applications, we cannot give individual feedback on any script.
All applicants will be notified by late September/early October about the status of their application and whether or not they have advanced to the interview stage.
No. The endgame for the Workshop is to get you staffed on one of our shows.
No, you will need to make your own arrangements.
Yes, as long as you have not been a Staff Writer on a primetime, scripted cable, network or streaming series.
Yes, but to be accepted into the program you must either have a green card or have a visa that allows you to work in the US. We do not sponsor work visas.
Yes, everyone is welcome to apply.
No. To be fair towards everyone who submits, extensions will not be granted.
All scripts must be submitted through the website. Scripts that are mailed in or dropped off will not be accepted.
If it didn’t get you in the first time, submit at your own risk.
Up to two. You must complete your first submission and click Submit before beginning the second submission. You should then navigate to your profile to start your second application.
No, but the show must be listed in our dropdown menu/on the Accepted Shows page to qualify.
Only shows listed on our dropdown menu can be submitted. We know that every show on the air is not listed, but we believe the list is comprehensive enough for every writer to find one that matches their voice. First year shows are not on the list. Please visit the Accepted Shows Page for the full list of eligible options.
No, teams should submit ONE personal statement expressing their views.
Please fill out the form on our Contact Us page.
If you registered in 2018, you do not need to re-register. However, if you created an account in 2017 or before, you will need to (we re-designed our site after the 2017 workshops).
No. Whether you want to include your contact information or not on the title page is up to you.