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Nick Rheinwald-Jones


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Past articles by Nick:

Looking Down The Barrel: What’s The Future For The James Bond Franchise?

As Ian Fleming once wrote, “There are moments of great luxury in the life of a secret agent.” → Read More


Dave asked us to rank a list of networks from least to most essential. The networks included -- and our varying rationales for putting Hulu where we did -- might surprise you! That CBS performs poorly will probably not. → Read More

The East Wing

Sarah D. Bunting wanted an American First Lady to get the The Crown treatment. Which one? Why? Who plays her, and a handful of others around her (her husband, the cabinet, generals, etc.)? Featuring some interesting historical context from Dave based on quotes, and competing castings of Betty Ford! → Read More

Pyjama Jam

Tara Ariano announced that we're throwing slumber parties. Which four TV character/personalities are we inviting to be your guests and why? What prank are you pulling on the first one to fall asleep? → Read More

Reflecting On A New Season Of Black Mirror

Nick Rheinwald-Jones on the latest installment of Netflix's tech-thology series, plus a Master Of None Canon, and Game Time gets us in a state! → Read More

Food Styling And Culinary Production: Superglued Burritos

As a food stylist and producer of cooking shows, Tricia Clark knows what it takes to get perfect-looking food in front of a camera. Listen as she shares some of the tricks of her delicious trade, explains what a "stand-and-stir" is, and reveals which celebrity chef intimidated her the most. We don't make any actual sausage in this episode, but it's the closest we've come! → Read More

Managers: The Shame Call

As the TV world continues to expand, writers -- both newbies and veterans -- are relying more and more on managers to help them navigate it. But what does a manager do, exactly, and how are they different from agents? Garrett Greer of Rain Management Group and Daniela Garcia-Brcek of Circle of Confusion are here to answer these questions and many more. → Read More

Directing: Can I Have An HOUR?!

As a long-time script supervisor for TV and film, Aprill Winney spent several years sitting right next to the director… until, while working on The Fosters, she got the call to slide over a seat and take the reins. Join us as Aprill shares the challenges of supervising every single department on and off the set, and find out why directing kids can be delightful and nail-biting at the same time. → Read More

Voice Acting: The Other Side Of The Glass

Bringing sonic life to your favorite animated characters. → Read More

Writing And (Hopefully) Selling Pilots: Your Position In The Pile

The joys and frustrations of trying to make it as a writer. → Read More

Winning an Emmy: It’s Vintage, Darling

You heard Rossanna talk about music supervision and song licensing in the second-ever episode of Making the Sausage, and now she’s back to talk about the D → Read More

Is Downward Dog A Good Boy?

ABC throws a bone to fans of the sad-com and talking-animal genres. Should you take it for a walk? → Read More

Visual Effects: Look At All That Gak

Geeking out with veteran visual effects artist Craig Kuehne. → Read More

Composing: The Music Will Save It

We go note by note with You’re The Worst’s Adam Blau. → Read More

Reality Story Editing: That’s A Button, Not A Hook

What it takes to turn unscripted drama into an actual narrative. → Read More

Locations: Don’t Make The Seals Mad

The benefits, hazards, and oddities of filming on location. → Read More

Elijah Gets His Chance To Smash On Girls

And White Men Can't Jump: The Musical actually seems like a decent idea, at least compared with Marnie's increasingly pathetic situation. → Read More

Does Iron Fist Pack A Punch?

Or is it rusty enough for the scrap heap? → Read More

Staff Writing: Don't Screw It Up

Riverdale’s Britta Lundin makes the transition from fan to writer. → Read More

Writing Partners: Focus On Hating Outside People

Pulling off the creative mind-meld. → Read More