In Part One of this reality show pitch series, we explored the development of your idea and how to put together your show concept. Now, we are going to explore what to do once your idea is solidified and you are ready to create your calling card to send to.
Many people are looking to develop reality television shows and over the past few years, I have learned a lot about the process of developing a show concept, finding the right cast, establishing an interesting story line, funding the initial footage, producing a sizzle reel, pitching the idea to “network.
We all do it. We all put things off. “We’ll get back to it later” …we kid ourselves into believing. The thing that is such a shock is that we all know that we are procrastinating.We are totally and utterly aware of the fact that we are choosing NOT to.
CASTING THROUGH AUGUST, 28 2013 POPULAR REALITY SHOW ON A MAJOR CABLE NETWORK Nationwide search for Affluent, Engaged Couples with gregarious personalities for a hit series! We are looking for outgoing, well rounded, dynamic couples 30s-50s, who live life to the fullest If interested in being considered for.
It’s a very important question… Why? When we are children, we go though a phase where our favorite word is, “Why?” We want to know the reason behind everything. We want to know what makes the world tick. And then it stops… And we forget to ask why. We.
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