Tanya Saracho

writer and director of “Fade”

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Audible’s “Fade” follows a Latina novelist who lands her first job in a Hollywood writers’ room, then learns she’s a diversity hire, and her only office friend is the janitor.

‘All you have is your voice’: ‘Fade’ explores TV writers’ room culture clash

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Showrunner Tanya Saracho on ‘Vida’

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