Ever turned to one of your friends and said, “I have a great idea for a TV show”? While your buddies are likely to applaud any idea you share, Austin Bat Cave is hosting a workshop that will make you more critical of which ones work and which ones don’t work. By imitating elements of a real TV writer’s room, this workshop will foster knowledge of screenwriting through hands-on learning. Over the course of two days, workshop attendees will go over script terminology, pitch series ideas, choose the best pitch, build a TV world and break story, all while getting a better understanding of what it takes to create a series. The ultimate goal is to leave writers with the tools and motivation to develop their own series and eventually tackle the infamous Pilot Script. This is not your average workshop. For two days only, you’re allowed to leave your solo-work at the door and be apart of the collective: a true TV writer.