“Criticism may not be agreeable, but it is necessary. It fulfills the same function as pain in the human body. It calls attention to an unhealthy state of things.” ― Winston Churchill
Quick. Name a sitcom director.
OK, time's up.
I worked in television, and I can barely name sitcom directors. James Burrows is the only sitcom director who has anything close to a star name, and that's because he's been around since Cheers.
I'm 4% into the book and here are the glaring mistakes in the book:
1) Golden Globes aren't given out for directing. Emmys are. A Golden Globe win (to Hollywood insiders) just means you gave the Hollywood Foreign Press some really good swag.
2) The production assistant role has gone vacant for months? For realz?! Sorry, actual sitcoms would have several PAs.
3) They hire a first year film student as a PA?! Intern, maybe. PA, no. way.
Why do I read Hollywood books? Why? The LOLs aren't worth the rage they induce.