How to Make a Great Show with the Brothers Produce Company Source ABC News title ‘This Is Us’ star is pregnant with twins and will be the new mom in season four article How To Make a Good Show with The Brothers Produces and The Black Keys’ Ty Segall (The Black Keys, Bad Religion) and Billy Bragg (The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon) discuss their new book, How to Be a Great Dad.
The book, The Brothers’ Guide to a Great Life, is set to premiere next spring.
“It’s going to be a huge book,” said Bragg.
“They’re the funniest, coolest, most generous guys.
They’re like a family.”
Bragg and Segall started their own company, Brothers Producing, to create great TV shows.
They were part of a successful team of TV showrunners who also included Sarah Paulson and David Shore.
Now, their book is going to help TV creators who are struggling to make their shows and TV series.
“We’re going to show you how to make it work,” said Segall.
The two men met while writing a script for a sitcom they were writing called The Black Cats, about two men who go out on a date for the first time.
“There was a moment where we realized we could write a great sitcom,” Segall said.
“This is like an old movie script, with this guy and this woman, and we wanted to see what would happen if we wrote it like that.
We realized we couldn’t make it into a movie.
We needed to make an old sitcom.”
They started their company, the Brothers’ Produce, in 2007.
The brothers produced and wrote about 40 shows and movies, including The Office and The Goldbergs.
“When we were first starting out, we were the only producers of comedy in the world,” Segal said.
The Brothers created an entire genre of comedy, dubbed the “musical comedy,” with their shows.
But in 2016, The Black Cat’s writers asked if they could use the Brothers to write a movie script.
They said yes, and they began producing the show.
“If they were going to write this, they needed to be the showrunners,” Segalt said.
Segall also started producing a television show, The Golden Boys, which was canceled before it was even on the air.
“But we had the vision,” he said.