Episode No. 40: Elizabeth Fischer, Executive Producer of Disappeared


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Elizabeth Fischer is an Executive Producer at Peacock Productions; one of the shows she oversees in that role is Disappeared, which might be one of my favorite shows on TV. In this interview, we discuss the production cycle for that show — basically how it moves from “a story about someone who is missing” to a “finished, polished television product.” It’s pretty interesting, especially if you’re a fan of TV production, true crime, or similar topics.

If you’ve never seen an episode of Disappeared, well, you’re missing out. Check some out here.

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