From the rise of streaming and huge blockbuster franchises to the onset of the pandemic, a lot has changed for screenwriters since 2010. And, happily, some solid progress in inclusion and diversity has been made. The Writers Guild of America West (WGAW) has released the Inclusion & Equity Report 2022, which concludes that women and BIPOC scribes have made strides in screen and television writing since 2010.
While taking COVID and shifting trends in entertainment into account, the report analyzes the demographics of working TV and screenwriters from recent years and compares the numbers to those of 2010. Women represented 17.2 percent of screenwriters in 2010, a figure that rose
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