TV screenwriter, producer and author Howard Gordon is on the list of speakers attending the TV Drama Festival, which runs June 28-29.
Gordon’s credits include some of television’s most prolific series. He co-created Country, one of the biggest hits in Showtime history. The series broke ratings records and won several accolades, including Emmy Awards for Best Drama Series and Outstanding Writing for a Drama Series, two Golden Globe Awards for Best Drama Series, and Program of the Year. at the AFI Awards. Gordon was a showrunner and executive producer of the long-running hit series 24, for which he received both the Golden Globe and Emmy Award for Outstanding Drama Series. It is currently in production on Accusedof which he is the showrunner and executive producer.
The TV Drama Festival will feature keynotes and panels with leading executives and creatives discussing key trends in the scripted series industry today. It will be broadcast live and available on demand at TVDramaFestival.com. Unlike other events that require high registration fees, participation in the TV Drama Festival is free.
Expect more announcements in the coming weeks regarding keynote speakers and panels taking place during the TV Series Festival. Registrations will open shortly.