Five top TV showrunners will reveal the secrets behind their programs when they join Gold Derby’s special “Meet the Experts” Q&A event with key 2021 guild and Emmy contenders this month. Each person will participate in two video discussions to be published on Tuesday, December 8, at 5:00 p.m. PT; 8:00 p.m. ET. We’ll have a one-on-one with our senior editor Marcus Dixon and a group chat with Marcus and all of the producers together.
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This “Meet the Experts” panel welcomes the following 2021 guild and Emmy contenders:
“The Boys” (Amazon Prime): Eric Kripke
Kripke’s career has included such projects as “Supernatural,” “Timeless,” “The House with a Clock in Its Walls” and “Revolution.”
“The Comey Rule” (Showtime): Billy Ray
Ray was an Oscar nominee for his screenplay of “Captain Phillips.” Other projects have included “Richard Jewell,” “Gemini Man,” “The Hunger Games,” “State of Play” and “Shattered Glass.”
“Dead to Me” (Netflix): Liz Feldman
Feldman was nominated this year at the Emmys for “Dead to Me” and is a Daytime Emmy winner for “The Ellen DeGeneres Show.” Other projects have included “2 Broke Girls,” “The Great Indoors” and “One Big Happy.”
“Insecure” (HBO): Prentice Penny
Penny was nominated this year at the Emmys for “Insecure.” Other projects have included “Brooklyn Nine-Nine,” “The Hustle,” “Happy Endings” and “Scrubs.”
“Little America” (Apple TV+): Lee Eisenberg
Eisenberg is a six-time Emmy nominee for “The Office” and “Hello Ladies: The Movie.” Other projects have included “Good Boys,” “Bad Teacher” and “Trophy Wife.”
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