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  • noun Plural form of showrunner.

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Examples

  • Pressure from TV "showrunners" -- writers who also produce their own shows -- may be growing.

    Ninety Days and Counting

  • Pressure from TV "showrunners" -- writers who also produce their own shows -- may be growing.

    Ratings Fall, Pressure Grows in Writers Strike

  • Several "showrunners" -- writer/producers who are responsible for running their shows -- have decided to return to work as producers, without resuming their writing responsibilities.

    Writers' Talks Need

  • He declined to name the writers but said several were "showrunners" -- top writers with producing duties -- on two of the top five network shows.

    Web Sites Cast a Net

  • That the show won't be the complete opposite of "The O.C." is apparent considering the showrunners are the same and it's a similar premise.

    TheTVAddict Previews GOSSIP GIRL | the TV addict

  • Some so-called showrunners -- TV writers who also produce their shows -- went back to work Monday to prepare their productions for duty.

    Writers Vote to End Their Walkout

  • Some top writer-producers, known as showrunners, are approaching a possible DGA deal with an open mind.

    Directors Guild to Start

  • In recent weeks, a group of screenwriters and some so-called showrunners -- TV writers who also produce their shows -- has grown antsy about the strike and has been holding meetings to discuss alternatives, according to two people familiar with this group's thinking.

    Directors, Studios Reach a Deal

  • Some TV writers who produce their own shows, known as showrunners, are planning to return to work in a nonwriting capacity to finish post-production on existing episodes.

    TV Hosts Push for End to Writers' Strike

  • : A decision by striking Hollywood writers to return to negotiations with the studios and television networks came under pressure from the mounting collateral damage the strike is inflicting on casts and crews, amid the issuance of "force majeure" notices, and as the hybrid writer-producers known as showrunners were directly contacted by the likes of Disney CEO Robert Iger, News Corp. 's Peter Chernin and CBS 'Leslie Moonves.

    A Tense Time

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