The Joseph Dougherty Collection consists primarily of produced scripts, drafts, outlines, synopses, notes and research by
Dougherty for the episodic television series, Pretty Little Liars as well as the Pretty Little Liars spinoff, Ravenswood.
The collection also includes other television scripts written by Mr. Dougherty between 2000 and 2016.
Joseph Dougherty began his career on the television series, thirtysomething, writing fifteen episodes and directing five episodes.
In 1989, Dougherty won an Emmy for the thirtysomething episode First Day/Last Day. In 1989, he won a Humanitas Prize for
the thirtysomething episode, Elliot’s Day. Dougherty wrote, directed and executive produced the popular teen drama, Pretty
Little Liars, which aired from 2010-2017. He also co-created the Pretty Little Liars spinoff series, Ravenswood, and served
as an executive producer on Pretty Little Liars: The Perfectionists. He has also written and/or directed episodes of Judging
Amy, Saving Grace, Once and Again, Saved, and Presidio Med as well as the HBO movies, Attack of the 50 ft. Woman and Cast
a Deadly Spell.
12 linear feet, 10 record boxes
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