Stay on target HBO Max Scores Exclusive ‘Doctor Who’ Streaming RightsJo Tro Do Plo Plo No: ‘Doctor Who’ Welcomes Back Familiar Monster Writing for a long-running, award-winning, iconic television show isn’t as easy as emailing a resume and some published samples.But the BBC’s Mixital platform is a good start.Launched nearly two years ago as part of the company’s Make It Digital campaign, Mixital is an online portal aimed at simplifying digital making for millennials.“As part of our new Mixital platform we’ve given our audiences the tools to get creative with some of the BBC’s biggest brands,” Martin Wilson, head of BBC digital creativity, said in a 2015 announcement. “It gives them the chance for the first time to create their own content based on the shows they love.Shows like Doctor Who and spin-out Class, which are popular among Mixital fan fiction writers.“Create your own stories” set in either universe, the site says, inviting people to participate. “Write, share and support each other.”Itching to get those plot points down on paper? Start with a blank page or standard story format and watch as your word count grows. First timers are allowed to cheat by opening a TV screenplay template, complete with examples and suggestions.The distraction-free platform lets users style text, add bullet points and numbered lists, set a time limit, export work as a PDF, and work in “night mode” (white text on a black background).“Mixital is designed to be a safe, fun space to experiment, build confidence and showcase work publicly,” according to Wilson. “It begins by viewing other people’s work for inspiration, leads on to re-mixing and then finally having a go.”Learn from the “best” by browsing featured stories on the site and perusing Mixital’s tips for writing from the folks who know: Who showrunner Steven Moffat and author Neil Gaiman, as well as Class Creator Patrick Ness.Creations can be saved privately or shared publicly for comment and re-mixing.Check out Geek’s latest recaps of Doctor Who and Class, airing Saturdays on BBC America at 9 p.m. and 10:05 p.m., respectively.Stream all of Doctor Who now for free with your Amazon Prime membership.