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IT HITS US LIKE A RIGHT HOOK.
This is the untold story of serialized drama and melodrama, from Dickens and comic books
to soap operas and reality TV to the
primetime shows you can't wait to binge.
TUNE IN TOMORROW
is the untold story of serialized
drama and melodrama,
from Dickens and comic books
to soap operas and reality TV
to the primetime shows
you can't wait to binge.
A behind-the-scenes look
at how serial drama is made
and why we love it so much.
Scott Auerbach is an Atlanta-based cinematographer.
Since his entry into documentary filmmaking as co-producer of Mending Hearts (PBS national, 1990), he has shot, edited or produced hundreds of programs on a wide range of topics. He is also the principal cinematographer and former editor for the nationally syndicated civil rights documentary series, Andrew Young Presents.
Simeon Smith is a 40-year veteran broadcast journalist and producer. In the 1980s he hosted a weekly Daytime Drama update segment on WKYC-TV. Over the years, he has been a feature reporter in eleven television markets, where he accumulated six Emmy Awards and numerous other recognitions.
Sallie Schoneboom has been SVP of Media and Talent Relations at AMC Networks, SVP of Publicity for Syfy Channel, VP of Media and Talent Relations at ABC Daytime, and Publicity Supervisor at CBS. Currently she is a strategic communications consultant to Amazon Studios.
Randi Subarsky established development departments at NBC News and CNN Worldwide, and launched the Original Progamming department at Lifetime Television. As Executive in Charge of Programming at ABC Daytime, the network went from #3 to #1, and retained that position during her entire tenure.
Tune In Tomorrow is in current production in 2020.
Initial rounds of interviews focused on daytime television soap operas, reality TV and serialized comic books.
Upcoming interviews will focus on early radio and movie serials, and current primetime TV serial dramas.
PARTIAL LIST OF INTERVIEWS: