(written from a Production point of view)
Rudnick also collaborated with writing partner Rich Hosek on episodes of The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air (1994, starring James Avery), Hope & Gloria (1996), Silk Stalkings (1998, with Charlie Brill, Eric Pierpoint, and Rende Rae Norman), Pacific Blue (1998, with Eric Steinberg), Misguided Angels (1999), Big Wolf on Campus (2000), and Los Luchadores (2001, with Rekha Sharma). 
Between 1998 and 1999, Rudnick worked as story editor, executive consultant and writer with Hosek on the horror comedy series The New Addams Family. They both won a Leo Award in the category Best Screenwriter of a Music, Comedy or Variety Program or Series in 2000 for their work on the episode "Tale of Long John Addams".
Rudnick worked as assistant to producer Gary Lucchesi on the fantasy drama Three Wishes (1995, with Neal McDonough and Bill Mumy), the television comedy Breast Men (1997, with Matt Frewer, Terry O'Quinn, Louise Fletcher, Michael Cavanaugh, Patrick Cronin, Amanda Foreman, Raphael Sbarge, Frank Novak, Leigh Allyn Baker, Kaitlin Hopkins, Pamela Segall, Heidi Swedberg, Karen Austin, and Deborah Landis), and the romance Just the Ticket (1998, with Ronald Guttman). He also worked as associate producer on the crime drama Primal Fear (1996, with Alfre Woodard, Terry O'Quinn, Tony Plana, Kenneth Tigar, Brian Reddy, Mike Boss, and Greg Bronson) and more recently as business development manager on the biopic The Legacy of Gaston Leroux: The Man Behind the Mask (2017).
For his book series "ESPete" and "Little Green", Rudnick won several awards and recognitions including a silver medal in the Moonbeam Children's Book Awards in 2009 and a Reader's Favorite Award in 2010.