Bart Nickerson

co-creator and co-executive producer, “Yellowjackets"

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This week, The Business revisits a conversation with Ashley Lyle and Bart Nickerson, co-creators and co-executive producers of the series “Yellowjackets,” just out with its second…

Encore: ‘Yellowjackets’ creators: ‘We really wanted to tell a story that felt authentic’

This week, The Business revisits a conversation with Ashley Lyle and Bart Nickerson, co-creators and co-executive producers of the series “Yellowjackets,” just out with its second…

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“Yellowjackets” creators Ashley Lyle and Bart Nickerson delve into the making of the hit series, their pitching hits-and-misses, and finding a home for the show.

‘Yellowjackets’ creators on making the show and landing a second season

“Yellowjackets” creators Ashley Lyle and Bart Nickerson delve into the making of the hit series, their pitching hits-and-misses, and finding a home for the show.

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