Apr 22, 2020
Supernatural is one of the longest running Monster of the Week shows on TV, and with that much content, we need an expert. Thankfully, Supernatural’s own Meghan Fitzmartin joins us to talk about the cosmology built over 15 seasons, what it’s like writing for television, and finishing something you love.
Content Warning: This episode contains conversations about or mentions of hell/demons/damnation, threat of violence, famine, death (and resurrection), and child endangerment.
Meghan Fitzmartin is an award winning writer who has always been obsessed with genre. Currently in season two of her superhero audio drama, RED RHINO, she has worked on the series ‘SUPERNATURAL’ for the last three seasons, writing episode 14.16 “PEACE OF MIND”. In addition to TV and podcasting, Meghan writes for animation — most recently DC SUPER HERO GIRLS. Predominantly a genre storyteller, Meghan is devoted to writing emotional stories set in fantastical worlds that ultimately tell you how loved you are. You can follow her on Twitter at @megfitz89.
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