The Nikkster's site informs us that new prime time animation is on the horizon.
The Office and Parks & Recreation executive producer Greg Daniels is teaming with a writer from each of his two NBC series to develop new animated comedy projects for the network. ...
First question: Will these be done under a WGA contract, no contract, or a TAG contract? (I'm guessing that it will be a Writers Guild collective bargaining agreement, since these are Writers Guild members were talking about here. But you never know. Never under-estimate the persuasive powers of our fine, entertainment conglomerates.)
Second question: Is there going to be an artist or three in the mix? Because prime time shows created by cartoonists and artists (along with a writer) have much higher success rates than ones solely created by writers.
Third question: What studio is going to be doing the boarding, designing, and production work? When we find out where it is, we'll run down there and work to organize the artists. (Because everyone needs to be warm and snuggly under a seamless cloak of benefits.)