Thursday, March 24, 2011


Let me just state, in any television, whether it is anything, a first draft is a first draft. Every show goes through a minimum, a minimum of 15 drafts before it sees film. That was the case with us. You change scripts because you want to make them better, because of production, because of budgets, because of actors, schedules limitations, historical fact checking...Your first draft is just that, so it was really an unfair assessment and evaluation of our show to be talking about first drafts. That was sort of an unfortunate occurrence.

- Joel Surnow  producer  of the "The Kennedy's" miniseries
 in Variety.

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