Find the best quotes by Eric Kripke.
Television showrunners are a foolishly optimistic bunch.
Every so often, you want to map out your plot mythology but never so specifically that you can’t let a story surprise you. You want…
People love a good mystery; I understand that.
If I had a worldview, and I don’t know if I do,but if I did, it’s one that’s intensely humanistic.
Mythologies become exhausting burdens, from a writer’s perspective.
Beyond all our Blackberries and iPhones, we’re dangerously separated from our food and water supplies.
I’m not a fan of endless mystery in storytelling – I like to know where the mythology’s going; I like to get there in an…
I’ve had a lifelong obsession with urban legends and American folklore.
I like to tell stories that have beginnings, middles and ends.
Religion and gods and beliefs – for me, it all comes down to your brother. And your brother might be the brother in your family,…
When you start a show, the plans are not set in stone. They’re really mutable, cocktail napkin sketches.
People simply don’t make eye contact anymore.
People pitch me the crazy mystery mind-blowing thing all the time. My response is, ‘Great, but how do the characters feel about it, and how…
It’s hard asking someone with a broken heart to fall in love again.
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