Everyone loves a delicious, mouth-watering, meticulously prepared meal. Though it seems cliched to say, some dishes are truly “to die for”, and the new food-centric …
Described as “Jamie Oliver meets ABSOLUTELY FABULOUS (the famed ‘90s British sitcom)”, the six episode first season of THE KATERING SHOW stars Australian comedians Kate McLennan and Kate McCartney, who team up to bring viewers silly “food intolerant” recipes while exploring foodie lifestyle.
Tonight’s premiere of HUSTLING’s third and final season will not only conclude the powerful story of a man who’s struggling to make a name and life for himself in a world where his past is still a major part of his present. But it will also continue to bring viewers characters whose conflicts, successes and failures are true to life; moments that many people can easily identify with.
On this week’s #WebSeriesWednesday I watched the foodie themed web series ‘Pairings.’ Here I take a look at how screenwriter Ed Robinson created an engaging character, and used the plot to develop him further. I haven’t talked too much about writing for the web lately, so ‘Pairings’ is a great opportunity to jump back into the topic.