Dead Heat
Dead Heat
With Dead to Me, Liz Feldman has created the best “traumedy” on television.
FRED SCHRUERS

THREE YEARS AGO, THE seasoned writer Liz Feldman (2 Broke Girls) was sitting in a pitch meeting with potential producers, bereft of ideas and motivation. She had recently turned 40, was four years into an ultimately unsuccessful quest to get pregnant and had just lost a beloved cousin to a heart attack.

And then, suddenly, inspiration came to her: A recently widowed woman becomes friends with someone she meets in a grief group. They bond over their shared pain until the recent widow learns that—well, let’s not spoil that. “Forgive me for being woo-woo,” says Feldman, “but that particular idea, it was like I’d channeled it.”

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May/June 2020