Thought provoking Channel 4 series in which Sir Martin Rees investigates the great unanswered questions of science.
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What We Still Don't Know - Susan Borowitz - Netflix
Susan Stevenson Borowitz is an American writer and producer. She is best known for her work on Family Ties, The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air, Aliens in the Family, and Pleasantville. During her marriage to writer and comedian, Andy Borowitz (1982–2005), the two co-created The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air. This series ran from 1990–1996 and led to Will Smith's stardom. It won NAACP's Image Award for Outstanding Comedy Series in 1993. In addition, Susan and Andy co-created and produced many other television situation comedies. Susan is the author of the comedic novel, When We’re in Public, Pretend You Don’t Know Me: Surviving Your Daughter's Adolescence So You Don't Look Like an Idiot and She Still Talks to You, published in 2003.
What We Still Don't Know - Career - Netflix
Her first big hit was her work on the popular sitcom, Family Ties (1982–1989). In four years, Susan worked her way from story editor up to producer. Borowitz attributes her success and learning of the sitcom production trade to her mentor, Gary David Goldberg (the creator of Family Ties). She learned many things behind the scenes, such as directing and editing, but also the importance of set design and the visual factors that tie together to create a successful show. She used these learned skills to help her write, produce, and co-create The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air with her husband at the time, Andy Borowitz.
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