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Step Up (film)
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Marvel Television
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Stephenie Meyer
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Netflix
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Melissa Rosenberg

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Melissa Rosenberg

American screenwriter add

Category: Movies & TV

Born in 1962.

Countries: United States (83%), (17%)

Education: undef.

Main connections: Step Up (film), Marvel Television, Writers Guild of America, West

Linked to: Bennington College, University of Southern California, Writers Guild of America, west, Paramount Pictures

 

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Melissa Rosenberg was born in 1962 add something


1993

She worked on several television series between 1993 and 2003 before joining "The O.C."s writing staff, eventually leaving the show to write the 2006 film "Step Up" add something


2006

From 2006 to 2009, she served as the head writer of the Showtime series "Dexter", rising to executive producer by the time that she departed at the end of the fourth season add something

 

Leaving "The O.C." at the conclusion of its first season, she was hired to write her second screenplay, the 2006 dance film "Step Up" add something


 

She and the other members of the "Dexter" writing staff were nominated for a Writers Guild of America award for best Dramatic Series at the February 2008 ceremony for their work on the first season add something

 

She gained a staff position as co-executive producer and writer for the second season in 2007 and continued in this role for the third season in 2008 add something


2008

She wrote her second produced screenplay, a film adaptation of Stephenie Meyer's novel "Twilight" in 2007 and has since adapted the novel's three sequels, "New Moon", "Eclipse", and "Breaking Dawn" add something

 

The writing staff was again nominated for the WGA award at the February 2009 ceremony for their work on the third season add something


2009

After the release of "Twilight", she was hired by Summit to adapt the sequels "New Moon" and "Eclipse", the second and third books in the series, respectively, and she had already begun drafting the "New Moon" screenplay by November 2008 add something

 

She was nominated for the WGA award a third consecutive time at the February 2010 ceremony for her work on the fourth season of "Dexter" add something

 

She was promoted to executive producer for the fourth season in 2009 and continued to write episodes add something


2010

In July 2010, Rosenberg left her role of writer and executive producer on "Dexter", explaining that "For the past four years I've been writing "Dexter" and one "Twilight" or another add something


2012

However, later in 2012, it was revealed that ABC had passed on the series and it is being shopped to other network add something


2013

In October 2013, following a deal made by Netflix and Marvel, the series was revived as a part of four series and one mini-series commitment in which Rosenberg was brought up to be the showrunner add something


2014

As of December 2014, the series had cast their lead protagonist and revealed the official title of the series as "Marvel's A.K.A. Jessica Jones" add something


2015

In June 2015, Marvel revealed that the title for the series would be shortened to "Marvel's Jessica Jones" add something