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Jeff Pinkner is a creative powerhouse. In the past decade, he has written and produced some of the most gripping television ever aired: Alias, Lost, and most recently, Fringe. Shows like Alias exposed audiences to complex, multinarrative storytelling, which was not often used in prime time television at the time but has become a mainstay of the genre. The television is compelling, but the risks and rewards of producing it are no less fascinating. In conversation with Thirtysomething's Ken Olin, Pinkner gives us an insider’s view.
This program is presented in partnership with Northwestern University School of Communication's MFA in Writing for Screen+Stage.