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|Paglia on Saturday's WGA Meeting|
by Jaime Paglia | Monday, February 11, 2008 - 15:20 CT
Jaime Paglia, co-creator and Executive Producer of Eureka, updates us on how the WGA meeting on Saturday went.
The Guild meeting went generally very well, with most people supporting the new contract and only a few impassioned holdouts. It's not a perfect deal for either side, but it does accomplish many things that were of the most concern to writers: WGA jurisdiction over new media, separation of rights, residuals for new media that are based on distributor's gross instead of producer's gross, and a percentage formula in the third year instead of fixed rates for re-runs of new content on alternative media platforms.
Click the title or image of this news article to read on...
|Could the Strike Result in More Episodes?|
by Ian Mullen | Saturday, February 9, 2008 - 16:19 CT
These past few days, everyone has been discussing that the WGA strike that has crippled the industry for the past 3 and a half months is nearly over. The deal will be presented to writers this weekend, who will then vote on whether to accept it or not.
With all this happening, we decided to ask Jaime Paglia, co-creator and Executive Producer of Eureka, what would happen with the series were the strike to end within the next few days. Click the title or the image of this article to read his answers...
|Photos: Sci Fi Channel Day for Fans & Writers|
by Ian Mullen | Thursday, February 7, 2008 - 14:32 CT
We've got exclusive photography from the Sci Fi Channel Day for Fans and Writers, which was held outside NBC Studios in Burbank, California on Wednesday, February 6th.
The event was a huge success and everyone would like us to pass on their thanks to the fans who came out and walked the picket lines with them. If you were there to show your support, feel free to discuss your experience with other fans in our forum!
|Sci Fi Channel Day for Fans & Writers|
by Jaime Paglia | Monday, January 21, 2008 - 16:58 CT
Join the writers, producers and cast members from Sci Fi Channel's BATTLESTAR GALACTICA, EUREKA, FLASH GORDON, PAINKILLER JANE, and others for an afternoon rally at NBC Studios.
We wouldn't be here without our fans. Please march with the WGA as we push the AMPTP to finally make us a fair deal so we can all get back to work telling stories for the people who make our jobs possible. We hope you can make it out so we can say thank you in person for your ongoing support.
Read on for more details...
|New WGA Partner: Why We Write|
by Ian Mullen | Friday, January 18, 2008 - 12:36 CT
Eureka Executive Producers Charlie Craig and Thania St. John have recently launched a website called Why We Write. The website is "a series of essays by prominent - and not so prominent - TV and Film writers... and by people like you: writers and those who hope someday to call themselves writers."
An essay from Co-Creator and Executive Producer Jaime Paglia will be appearing on the website within the next few days. Be sure to check the website out by clicking the title of this news article!
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|301 - Bad to the Drone|
Written by Robin Nason
You know, I understand why they have to show scenes from previous episodes. What with the way each episode builds on another, it only makes sense. But I have to confess that being a vigilant Eureka fan, I wish they could can those. Now to the premiere episode!
Jack is openly having angst about his little girl growing up. Waitressing at Café Diem is a big step in his opinion, and he doesn't hesitate to hash this out with Zoe. He contends that the Café isn't safe. The ... READ MORE
|109 - Primal|
Written by Robin Nason
Jack and Jo are walking through Global Dynamics with an injured LoJack. Jo is carrying the dog and they assure the dog that he is going to be fixed up. Apparently his tendency to run in front of cars has finally caused him to get hurt.
Dr. Stark is in his office with Fargo. Fargo has created the "Mental Mouse," a device that transmits thoughts directly to the computer. Its only evidence is a small glowing button behind Stark's ear. Stark comments that it looks like a melanoma. S... READ MORE
|309 - Welcome Back Carter|
Written by Ian Mullen
EXT-LOS ANGELES, CAL., USA
[We see an aerial shot of the Los Angeles office of the Department of Homeland Security]
DHS MAN: This is a very impressive resume, Mr Carter.
INT-DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY
[Carter is in a job interview]
DHS MAN C'TND: You've had a long career in law enforcement.
CA... READ MORE