Michael Poisson (ROBOT CHICKEN) - Coverage (TV)

Submit your script and receive 2 pages of in depth notes (no synopsis) on how to elevate your material so it's market ready.

This executive will give you specific suggestions on how to elevate your script's dialogue, structure, pacing, characterization, tone and marketability. 

This is for writers with:
TV Projects of All Genres

About Michael:

Michael Poisson attended Emerson College in Boston where he majored in Visual and Media Arts with a concentration in Television. His first industry job was at CAA where he broke the glass ceiling for men everywhere and became their first male receptionist ever (before then, CAA had segregated based on sex: guys in the mailroom and girls in reception). From there he worked his way up to a desk in TV Packaging, before jumping to Ryan Reynolds and Allan Loeb’s TV pod, DarkFire TV. He then worked as the Director of Development at Krysten Ritter’s company, Silent Machine Entertainment, where he worked closely with writers to develop their ideas to pitch to studios and networks. On the writing side, Michael co-wrote the comedic-musical stage show: ARMAGEDDON: A Night of Laughs and Pleasant Songs, which enjoyed a sold-out run in the LA Fringe Festival in 2011. He has placed in numerous writing competitions including: Top 5 Sitcom Pilots in the Austin Film Festival writing competition, and 1st Place in TVWriter.com’s comedy pilot competition. Michael is also a comic book geek and wrote the graphic novel The Arcs which was published by Fanboy Comics and premiered at the Comikaze Expo in November of 2013. http://www.thearcscomic.com/

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