Saturday, August 24, 2013

Interview with Criminal Minds Writer/Executive Producer Janine Sherman Barrois

On Writing' and developing TV with 'Criminal Minds's Janine Sherman Barrois

Remember Janine Sherman Barrois' name. The television scribe who got her start on half-hour comedies like The Jamie Foxx Show and The P.J.s then spent nine years in the "John Wells camp" transitioning into much more serious storytelling fare. Television has been her home and her heart because it's a place where you can go on a real journey with characters, telling "a story that keeps changing and keeps evolving," and her career is certainly a marker of that. Barrois decided to make the switch to drama from comedy because she wanted to be "writing about life and death"-- something she has mastered as an executive producer on Criminal Minds.

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