You know, ‘The Golden Girls’ was a very unusual show to start on. I was young, and it was a show about old people, and it was a very traditional show, but it was also an amazing training ground for a joke-writer. It forced me to learn those skills.
Mitchell Hurwitz QuotesShowing all quotes
When we were making ‘Arrested Development,’ it was the hardest thing I’d ever done. You know, nobody was watching. We weren’t getting feedback. The job wasn’t paying very well. But the one thing I did feel confident about was: No one will ever be able to do this again. Because no one would be stupid enough to try.Tags in Development, Arrested
When I was on ‘The Golden Girls,’ we’d have eight scenes per show. And when ‘Seinfeld’ came along, they went to, like, 30 scenes a show, which was revolutionary. ‘Arrested Development’ has probably got 60 scenes per show. It just keeps emerging as this more and more complex thing. I always try to keep it very simple at its heart.Tags in Scenes, Development
It’s like, if I had the luxury of choice, and didn’t have to worry about making a living, I would definitely want to get into whatever field it was that allowed me to push further and further comedically. Because that’s the joy of it.Tags in Push, Definitely
|Birth:||29th May, 1963|
Mitchell D. Hurwitz is an American television writer and producer. He is best known as the creator of the television sitcom Arrested Development as well as the co-creator of The Ellen Show, and a contributor to The John Larroquette Show and The Golden Girls.
Today's Anniversary - 4th June
- 1965 - Matt Gonzalez
- 1971 - Noah Wyle
- 1937 - Mortimer Zuckerman
- 1917 - Robert Merrill
- 1907 - Rosalind Russell
- 2004 - Steve Lacy
- 1962 - William Beebe
- 1849 - Marguerite Gardiner
- 1994 - Roberto Burle Marx
- 1864 - Nassau William Senior
Quote of the day
Our mission is to motivate, boost self confiedence and inspire people to Love life, live life and surf life with words.
Share with your friends