Amy Sherman-Palladino is a reputed American television writer, director, and executive producer, best known for creating women-oriented dramedy series Gilmore Girls, The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel and Bunheads. She initially worked as a staff writer during third season of the comedy-drama sitcom Roseanne. Her writing pursuits there included writing an Emmy-nominated episode on birth control. She then went on to work on several other projects before gaining prominence as creator, executive producer, writer and director of the comedy-drama television series Gilmore Girls. Moving on, she bolstered her career as creator of other shows, in particular the ongoing period comedy-drama television series, The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel. Amy is also an executive producer, writer and director of the critically acclaimed show that fetched her several Primetime Emmy Awards including Outstanding Directing for a Comedy Series, Outstanding Music Supervision, and Outstanding Writing for a Comedy Series, marking her as the first woman to win in the categories of comedy writing and directing at the Primetime Emmy Awards. She is the founder and board member of Dorothy Parker Drank Here Productions and is reputed for her preferred master shot filming style and her trademark rapid-fire dialogue which often includes pop culture references.