In season 1, we had 12 of 13 scripts written by the time we went to camera.
In season 2, we had 9 of 13 scripts written by the time we went to camera.
As we head into season 3, it looks like we’ll probably have 8 of 13 scripts written by the time we go to camera. And that’s being optimistic. A couple of reasons for this:
1. SCHEDULE: We’re starting production earlier. In season 1, we started in early January. In season 2, we started in early December. This season, we’re looking at a mid-November start.
2. THE ROOM: In our first year, Paul and I were joined by Martin Gero. We broke all 13 episodes over the course of two and a half weeks! In our second year, we managed to break 9 scripts. This year, we succeeded in breaking all of 7 (ish) scripts – some…
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