The thing that intrigued me about 'Breaking Bad' from day one was the idea of taking a character and transforming him.
'SpongeBob SquarePants' is a great show, and it centers on a character that is courageously nice. Why is SpongeBob interesting? It's because he has passion. He has a passion for chasing jellyfish.
People want what they want, for as long as they want it, then tastes change and something else works.
The older I get, the more nervous and anxiety-ridden I get. I don't know how to fix that.
There's nothing more powerful to a showrunner than a truly invested writer.
There are two ways of knowing if something ends badly: If you're honest with yourself, you just kind of know it. And then there's other people's reaction to it.
You don't make a movie by yourself; you certainly don't make a TV show by yourself. You invest people in their work. You make people feel comfortable in their jobs; you keep people talking.
If you look closely at 'Breaking Bad' and any given episode of 'The X Files,' you will realise the structure is exactly the same.
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