Yet again apologies for the lack of updates. I was asked in an
interview the other day what super power I'd most like to have and I said
Hiro's time freezing so that I could do more of the things I don't
always have time for. Like writing this blog.
What's been keeping me very busy this time is that I've begun work on
writing my next episode of Heroes. Episode 416 which should air
in late January. I'm very excited to be writing again and I love the
stories I'm getting to tell. Some big things happen! If you're not already, you should follow me on twitter and I'll keep you updated on what's going on with my script and all the different stages it goes through (no spoilers, I promise!)
I hope you've been enjoying the tagged media episodes "Slow Burn". They
were a joy to write and work on. Some folks have been asking who wrote
which ones and though overall it was a huge group effort, here's the breakdown on who wrote the specific episodes.
1. Jim Martin
2. Zach Craley
3. Harrison Wilcox
4. Foz McDermott
5. Jim Martin
6. Jim Martin
7. Zach Craley
8. Foz McDermott
9. Oliver Grigsby
10. Oliver Grigsby
For reasons that are beyond my comprehension, the episodes aren't always the easiest to find. If you want to watch the latest episode of Slow Burn, you can find it on the latest iStory page. Just click on the "Slow Burn" link at the top. You can then dive deeper into the world of the carnival and follow the iStory from there if you wish.
If you're looking to catch up on all of the tagged media episodes that are available, check out the Heroes video library category: "Sprint Now". Just keep in mind that sometimes the most recent one is only available through the iStory.
And now, since you're such awesome people, I have some behind the scenes pictures to share with you from when we filmed "Slow Burn". I'll have more to come in a few weeks time.
Dawn Olivieri (Lydia), Robert Knepper (Samuel) and Ray Park (Edgar) rehearse for a scene: photo by Zach Wilson.
Dawn Olivieri (Lydia) has a tattoo applied: photo by Zach Wilson.
Close up of Lydia's tattoo of her daughter, Amanda: photo by Zach Wilson.
Directors Chris Hanada and Tanner Kling in action: photo by Zach Wilson.
From left-to-right: Jim Martin (writer), Tanner Kling (director), Diane Calhoun (1st A.D.), Foz McDermott (writer), Chris Hanada (director): photo by Howie Kaplan.
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