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Film to TV Adaptations: A Conversation With Noah Hawley

"Fargo" creator Noah Hawley talks about adapting feature films into episodic storytelling. (30 minutes)

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UPCOMING EPISODES

Sun, 7/21 at 5:00 am on Austin PBS WORLD

A Conversation With Katrin Benedikt

Screenwriter Katrin Benedikt discusses selling an idea, shepherding the script during production and collaborating with other writers on "Olympus Has Fallen" and "Expendables 3." (30 minutes)

Sun, 7/28 at 5:00 am on Austin PBS WORLD

Writing a Period Piece

"Bridgerton" producer Alison Eakle and "Ratched" creator Evan Romansky talk about researching a period piece, making decision about accuracy versus creative liberties and marrying a modern audience with a bygone era. (30 minutes)

Sun, 7/28 at 3:30 pm on Austin PBS WORLD

Writing a Period Piece

"Bridgerton" producer Alison Eakle and "Ratched" creator Evan Romansky talk about researching a period piece, making decision about accuracy versus creative liberties and marrying a modern audience with a bygone era. (30 minutes)

Tue, 7/30 at 10:00 pm on Austin PBS HDTV

A Conversation With Katrin Benedikt

Screenwriter Katrin Benedikt discusses selling an idea, shepherding the script during production and collaborating with other writers on "Olympus Has Fallen" and "Expendables 3." (30 minutes)

Thu, 8/1 at 3:30 pm on Austin PBS HDTV

Writing a Period Piece

"Bridgerton" producer Alison Eakle and "Ratched" creator Evan Romansky talk about researching a period piece, making decision about accuracy versus creative liberties and marrying a modern audience with a bygone era. (30 minutes)

Sun, 8/4 at 5:00 am on Austin PBS WORLD

A Conversation With Lee Eisenberg

Writer Lee Eisenberg talks about "The Office" episode "Dinner Party" and creating the reality-sitcom hybrid "Jury Duty." (30 minutes)

Sun, 8/4 at 3:30 pm on Austin PBS WORLD

A Conversation With Lee Eisenberg

Writer Lee Eisenberg talks about "The Office" episode "Dinner Party" and creating the reality-sitcom hybrid "Jury Duty." (30 minutes)