Whether they air during the day or late in the evening, game shows give television viewers plenty of reasons to yell at their screens. The contestants never seem to hear those yells of encouragement or disapproval, but that doesn't detract from the fun. We've said goodbye to quite a few game shows, but the following are a few we'd love
“The book was so much better,” is a common phrase uttered by both novice and professional critics. But often there’s some truth to it—not every literary classic translates well to the big screen. However, there are plenty of stories that have thrilled audiences regardless of the medium.
“Into the Wild”
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The title might not seem like a deal big, but it’s one of the most important aspects of your show. Consider it a first impression—it can draw in unlikely viewers, or make it harder to get them onboard with the premise. Whether you’ve already submitting your show idea or you’re still tinkering with the details, keep
1. Disney Passed on "Back to the Future"
"BTTF" will always be fun, but there are a few things about it that make it age pretty badly, especially the whole "my mom is trying to make out with me in the past" aspect of the plot. If you're wondering how that got into the final cut, execs at Disney probably
What inspires you? For some people, there's a specific place they like to write and brainstorm, like a busy coffee shop with great people watching or a quiet park with no distractions. Others can find their muse just about anywhere. If you aren't yet sure what situations make you feel most inspired, don't worry. Here are some suggestions to help