Spring Intern - TV Development
Fabel EntertainmentRemote, CA
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Interns will work closely with our team to learn the ins and outs of scripted television development and production. By tracking submissions and researching current programming and development, interns will come to understand what goes into developing compelling scripted content. Interns will also participate in project-based learning as they create grids, pitch decks, and writer lists, mirroring the development process.
Our interns assist with day-to-day operations of the company and provide input to the development branch. Tasks include but are not limited to:
- Read incoming material and writing coverage
- Update research databases and project grids for potential writers, directors, and talent
- Research and pitch potential project ideas
- Prepare additional development materials
- Participate in bi-monthly lectures that cover different topics and areas of the industry as well as Q&A's with writers and executives outside of the company
This internship is unpaid and for academic credit only. Students must be able to provide confirmation of credit if hired. Start and end dates and internship hours are flexible to meet the needs and requirements of the student and university, but will run roughly from the week of January 17th through the end of April. Interns will be expected to work for 2 days per week.
Created to bring commercial premium content to audiences worldwide, Fabel Entertainment focuses on character-first programming that crosses genres, platforms and cultures. Fabel will continue the legacy of its former success while expanding its slate into one that further supports diverse genres, first-time creators, original works, IP adaptation and international productions - all in a premium space.
Most recently Fabel concluded production on the seventh and final season of the hit show BOSCH for Amazon, based on Michael Connelly's bestselling book series and adapted by Eric Overmeyer, with Red Arrow serving as the studio.
Fabel's commitment to supporting both established creatives and fresh voices is at the heart of the company and its future slate, which includes a series based on the life and published works of world famous neurologist, OLIVER SACKS, as well as Chuck Palahniuk's INVISIBLE MONSTERS, Stephen King's THE TEN O'CLOCK PEOPLE, and several original works by first-time creators and veteran showrunners.