Writers Guild Foundation Hosts “Scribble to Screen” Panels at Atlanta TV Festival

January 25, 2016

Panels take the audience inside the writers rooms of Grey’s Anatomy, Scandal, Family Guy and Futurama

Los Angeles, CA – The Writers Guild Foundation (WGF) is thrilled to host its “Scribble to Screen” panels at the Atlanta TV Festival from February 4 to 7, 2016.

WGF welcomes a fantastic group of writers and producers from four of the most popular and beloved series on TV: ABC’s Grey’s Anatomy and Scandal, FOX’s Family Guy, and Futurama.

On Thursday, February 4 at SCADshow main stage, Futurama co-creator David X. Cohen, and writers/producers Eric Horsted, Ken Keeler and Patric Verrone guide the audience through the process of writing the smart, satirical series for its seven seasons.

On Saturday, February 7 at SCADshow Stage 2, Family Guy executive producer and showrunner Steve Callaghan and writers/producers Dominic Bianchi, Travis Bowe, Aaron Lee, Chris Sheridan, and Danny Smith give the audience a glimpse inside the writer’s room of the long-running series. Attendees will also be treated to an episode of Family Guy that will screen before the panel.

Also on Saturday, February 7 at SCAD Atlanta, writers/producers Zoanne Clack and Stacy McKee from Grey’s Anatomy and Zahir McGhee and Mark Wilding from Scandal take the stage to share the secrets behind the stories that keep audiences tuned to TGIT.

About the Writers Guild Foundation:

The Writers Guild Foundation is a non-profit organization whose mission is to promote and preserve the craft, history, and voices of screen storytelling. Along with operating the Shavelson-Webb Library and Archives in Los Angeles, WGF also prides itself in hosting monthly events featuring the most talked-about writers in film and TV as well as connecting professional screenwriters with the writing community through volunteer opportunities. For more info, visit wgfoundation.org.


For press inquiries, please contact:

Enid Portuguez, Director of Communications

Writers Guild Foundation. eportuguez@wga.org; 323-782-4694