The Writers Panel Nerdist Writers Panel #33: Winnie Holzman, Matt Selman & Paul Grellong Posted by Katie Levine on April 5, 2012 Share: Twitter Facebook Google+ Reddit Email Winnie Holzman (creator, My So-Called Life; Thirtysomething); Matt Selman (The Simpsons); Paul Grellong (Terra Nova; Law and Order: SVU). Recorded March 11, 2012. Support the show by shopping at Amazon.com! Tags Matt Selman, nerdist writers panel, Paul Grellong, Winnie Holzman Related Posts What's New What's Trending BLACK MIRROR Recap: “Hated in the Nation” Is a Honeycomb of Mysteries article Morgan Spurlock's RATS Will Get Under Your Skin (Review) article SPIDER-MAN RE-ANIMATE Gives a New Take on the Classic Cartoon article Talking CARRIE with the Cast at the 40th Anniversary Prom Party article Cash Withdrawal : Devils Humpback podcast George Lucas Is Not Involved with INDIANA JONES 5, and More Movie News article John Cleese Recapping THE WALKING DEAD Is Simply Delightful article Hyper Realistic Superhero Portraits Are Amazing and Terrifying article Wolverine's LOGAN Trailer Looks Unlike Any Superhero Movie We've Seen article Comments Spencer says: April 6, 2012 at 9:59 am Love these panels, very inspirational and informative. Thanks! Tausif Khan says: April 6, 2012 at 12:49 am I absolutely loved Huge and was very unhappy when it was cancelled. I hope you get Savannah Dooley on the Panel to talk about it. A couple other people I am interested to hear from 1) Suzanne Collins, she got her start in television before she wrote The Hunger Games and then helped to adapt her book into a screen play that became the movie. This trajectory touches on the different types of writing that have been featured on the panel before and would be interesting to hear how she managed to so many different types of writing. 2) Tom Whedon I would like to get a greater sense of television history. Whedon was also influential in children’s programming which hasn’t been covered as much on the panels. He also worked with Mitch Hurwitz and Mark Cherry (I would like to hear them on panels too of course) so has helped to shepard along some important careers (besides his son Joss who has also written for him).