We’re casting a new episode of Let’s Talk Brooklyn. This episode will be different from our previous episode regarding politics.
For this reoccurring series, we are looking for 4-6 writers who have a computer with amazing internet access, to review a few of the following shows:
Kevin Can Wait
This is US
The Good Place
Son of Zorn
We expect one or more of these shows to be shit canned or put on winter hiatus (aka mid season hiatus) but that will not stop us from reviewing them.
Once we have selected writers we will assign each person a network/networks to review (broken down as listed above). You should not have more then three shows to watch and review.
- For example: ABC has five new shows. Two writers will watch ABC. One will take Conviction and American Housewife, the other will have Speechless and Designated Survivor. Both will look at and review Notorious.
- Another example: NBC has only two new shows and CBS has three. One will get NBC This is US and The Good Place, another will get Bull and MacGyver while both will share Kevin Can Wait.
Each blog post must be up by the end of the week. They need to be 600 – 1000 words (or more) of juicy and insightful analysis of each show’s the plot, characters and theme.
Each week you will log into this blog site and review the shows you have been assigned. We also want your view on the social impact the shows you are watching.
We will then meet once a month, in a studio setting, to shoot an episode of Let’s Talk Brooklyn. There we discuss how the season is progressing, how the network is doing and if the new shows are “still watch/love”, “love/hate”, “hanging in there” or “I’m done”.
Let’s Talk Brooklyn is shot in Brooklyn so special deference will be given to residents of Brooklyn or greater New York area who can get to downtown Brooklyn.
Although not preferable, accommodations can be made for those residing outside the New York who wish to review and be on the show.
For more information and if interested post on this page using the contact us form below. Please make sure to provide links to your work and your rate. If you have any questions, please note that as well.
Note: VTIP Productions episodes and blogs are provided for free. While we are not a non profit, we have a limited budget to work with.