An authentic portrayal of teenage and parental angst, My So-Called Life expressed the challenges of growing up and growing older.
Runtime: 60 minutes
My So-Called Life - Winnie Holzman - Netflix
Winnie Holzman (born 1954; New York City) is an American dramatist, screenwriter and poet. She is known for having created the ABC television series My So-Called Life, which led to a nomination for a scriptwriting Emmy Award in 1995, as well as her work writing for thirtysomething and Once and Again. Holzman has garnered fame for her work on Broadway, most notably for writing the book for the smash stage musical Wicked.
My So-Called Life - Writing credits - Netflix
The Wonder Years (1990) (TV) (one episode only) Thirtysomething (1990–1991) (TV) My So-Called Life (1994–1995) (TV) (Creator) 'Til There Was You (1997) Once and Again (1999–2002) (TV) Wicked (2003) (Stage) Huge (2010) (TV) (Co-creator) Roadies (2016) (TV) Wicked (2019)
My So-Called Life - References - Netflix