Female writers pen open letter against all-male scripted TV
MORE THAN 70 female scriptwriters have penned an open letter criticising television executives for the "overwhelming" number of dramas being written by men.
It comes as ITV revealed that of nine forthcoming dramas, only one would involve a female writer.
The letter, published on the website Broadcast Now, says the writers were full of "rage". It claims that BBC's Silent Witness has employed only five female writers during its 20-year run and Doctor Who had five series written solely ...