You know her from “Destination Truth” and “Chasing UFOs.” Although she is quite busy searching for the Yeti and the Loch Ness Monster, she has found the time to do an interview with Fan To Pro. This is… Erin Ryder.
How much can a series break its continuity before you go from appreciating it to laughing at it? Tamara: Good “magic rules” or world building interest me such that I can forgive a lot. For example, the first time I … Continue reading
If you’re making a television show, you’re probably better off making a series rather than a serial. Or are you? First, let’s go over the difference. A series is a show wherein the characters and settings are the same each … Continue reading
I am pleased to announce that one of our staff progeeks (yours truly) is reaching a milestone in her geeky career tonight. A show that I worked on will finally be on the air. Ed the Sock and Liana K … Continue reading
With the phenomenal success of Star Wars in 1977, it was inevitable that studios would want to ride the renewed interest in epic space operas. Glen A. Larson was one of the first to get a project out. In 1978, Larson’s … Continue reading
“What a crazy random happenstance.” – Doctor Horrible. The next thing we creative types need to tackle is Randomness. What? We need to go up against the distribution of numbers that fail to follow a discernible pattern? No. I mean … Continue reading
The YA ProjectWe’re back in action. We’ve split up the work and my job is making a website. Do I know how to do this? Sorta! I can make a website, but not a kickass omg-that-is-awesome website. That’s what I … Continue reading
Hello, hello, my fellow progeeks. Last month, I started this column to document my quest for a sustainable geeky career. Let us recap the events of the past 31 days. The BookMy plan was to get an agent or get … Continue reading