Desperate to stay within union rules for health insurance eligibility, a former author of the upcoming TV series "The Dropout" tweeted that she needed 80 minutes of writing assistant work to maintain her health insurance. And it worked.
As reported by the Hollywood Reporter, author-director-producer Lucia Aniello offered to help after discovering on August 31 by author Carolyn Lipka: during this pandemic. I'm a shockingly fast type, I have several samples and room experience! and references! and monks!
The tweet produced 773 likes and 337 retweets, all of which helped spread the request, according to the entertainment publication.
“I am so grateful to everyone who tried to help me, who reached out with encouragement or even threw in a retweet or similar. It is difficult to get around in this industry when you are not born in contacts, but having access to showrunners and EPs on Twitter made it ̵