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That's part of what always fascinated me about the Flash. Yes, he had superpowers, but he wasn't superhuman. He was vulnerable. He could be hurt or killed. He's not getting in a jet. He actually is the jet. So he had this gift, but with it came this risk. And I think that's what makes the character relatable. ---->>>

'Everwood' I think provides a unique feeling, an emotional experience. And other shows on TV don't have the acting talent to do that. Each one of our actors can do a serious scene and a humorous scene, and can do it all within the same sequence. They can go from a heartbreaking moment to a humorous moment. ---->>>

For me, the romantic comedies I love are the ones that pay homage to the genre, but also find their ways to twist it and tweak it.

For me, the romantic comedies I love are the ones that pay homage to the genre, but also find their ways to twist it and tweak it.

I think a lot of what I've done is about people feeling as if they are part of the world but also not part of it at the same time. I don't know whether that's from being a gay kid, but I definitely think that resonates with me. ---->>>

I love telling stories. Creating a character, a world, a whole universe out of nothing. That part I can't get enough of. ---->>>

It's one of the things that 'Everwood' - what makes a great 'Everwood' episode is when it makes you laugh and cry, sometimes at the same time. From the first season, we've always had the chance to deal with death in a very real way, in a way that a lot of other shows can't or don't. ---->>>

What I really appreciated about Obama in the last campaign was that he was not reactive, and we're such a reactive culture... It takes a certain strength to be patient and have a plan. ---->>>

We did 'Jack & Bobby' in the middle of the Kerry/Bush election. It hurt it a little bit. No matter what we did, everyone thought we were advocating for one person over the other. The stuff I work on is more about the people. ---->>>

Especially with DVRs nowadays, people have their roster. More and more, it's not just, 'I'll watch what's on at 9 P.M.' They have their backlog of the shows they always watch, that they record every week, and it's a matter of, how do you get into that list? ---->>>

Television is ultimately a business of failure. You try a lot of things, and most of it fails. ---->>>

There were only a couple of Marvel characters I read. I read 'Iron Man.' I have a lot of those. And this was the time they tried X-Factor out. I was never an X-Men person, but I was like, 'Let me check out X-Factor.' I was more of a DC guy in general. ---->>>

You have to always try to think about them like real people first, and not just heroes. They have to be real characters. As people do more and more superhero stuff, the characters are what distinguish it, just like in cop shows. ---->>>


Nationality: American
Born: 05-24, 1972
Birthplace: Rye, New York, U.S.
Occupation: Writer

Greg Berlanti (born May 24, 1972) is an American film and television writer and producer. He is known for his work on the television series Dawson's Creek, Everwood, Political Animals; and for his contributions to DC Comics on film and television, including The CW's Arrowverse. In 2017 Berlanti set the record in having 10 different scripted television series planned to air in the 2017–18 television season on various networks and digital platforms (wikipedia)