If you’re anything like us, you love horror—the kind that gets you thinking the things that go bump in the night are just around the corner. We all have our favorites on the big screen, and we all have our favorites on the small screen. Because TV horror is its own adventure with its own requirements. From Haunting of Hill House to American Horror Story, we've seen some chilling horror tales grace the small screen. But what are the requirements for TV horror? How do you craft a tale that can generate story ideas for years to come?
To answer all this and more, Crypt TV's Jasmine Johnson is here with a special two week clinic!
This Two Week Clinic Will Cover:
- The ins and outs of the horror genre
- How to write dynamic and compelling characters
- How to craft a sustainable TV story engine within the genre
- Feedback on your material
Jasmine Johnson originally hails from Bowie, Maryland. She developed a love of character-based storytelling by overdosing on dramatic YA novels in her youth. She attended Temple University where she received her B.A. in Film and Media Arts. After graduation, Johnson moved to Los Angeles where she cut her teeth in talent management, working at various companies including Anonymous Content. She transitioned to development at Gulfstream Pictures, helping shape a diverse slate of film and television projects across genres. She now serves as Crypt TV's SVP of Development and is a Co-Executive Producer on Peacock's THE GIRL IN THE WOODS (based on the Crypt TV short of the same name). She's spoken at Los Angeles Comic Con and RTX in Austin, TX. Collectively her projects have garnered over 100 million views across platforms.
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