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I need ideas for a TV-Series... Does anyone have one? Answered



Hey guys, i am a scriptwriter and I am going to write a script for a TV-Series for a TV channel in my country. It should be in Drama/Mystry/Crime genre. Do you have any big ideas for a long TV Series? Please advise... By the way, No vampire stories or Sci-Fi or supernatural ideas... think classic :)

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gral12 (author)2014-08-07

do something similar to vikings or game of throne

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craftyv (author)2014-02-02

If you are a script writer Isn't the idea that you are the creative mind that thinks of an idea and then develops it, after all the ideas the thing that separates one from another .I've also heard that writers keep a note book or electronic devise and jot down ideas, words and phrases from any and all sources to draw on when ready to "write". Good luck in the future.

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Josehf Murchison (author)2014-01-22
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Toga_Dan (author)2014-01-19

7 stranded castaways on an uncharted desert isle. Each week a potential rescuer lands on the island, but before rescue can be effected, the newcomer shows up dead.

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murphybedhq (author)2013-11-06

Well I assume you have seen the big ones? like Breaking Bad and Prison Break? otherwise sorry, I am mostly into Scifi and Supernatural, so I cannot be of much help...

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Kiteman (author)2012-12-02

You've had several useful ideas given around the site.

Y'all gonna* have the manners to reply?


(*Guess who's just watched Jonah Hex, and is half way through True Grit?)

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majakano (author)2012-12-02
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Kiteman (author)2012-11-27

So, how many scripts have you written?

How many have gotten as far as the screen?

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kelseymh (author)2012-11-27

"How I dated my mother." Boy meets girl, falls in love, discovers girl is his mother.
Oh, and kills his father out of jealousy. It doesn't get any more classic than that!

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caitlinsdad (author)kelseymh2012-11-27

Recent screenwriters guild always likes to follow the "don't synthesize, plagiarize" school of thought.

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