• Join over 1.2 million students every month
  • Accelerate your learning by 29%
  • Unlimited access from just £6.99 per month

My TV show is called 'trapped teens' I chose this particular title because the show is about teenagers who are trapped in a house.

Extracts from this document...

Introduction

My TV show is called 'trapped teens' I chose this particular title because the show is about teenagers who are trapped in a house. In the first of my opening credits it shows the word 'previously' on the screen for 1 second. The colours on this shot which is a big close-up are black orange and yellow. I choose these because they represent different moods. In the next 3 credits it will show what happened previously in case any of the viewers missed it. These obviously would not be here on the first episode. After these shots there is a logo spinning this represents the beginning of a totally new episode. The logo is the letter 'T' connected to another letter 'T'. It has several different colours in it I decided to do this to represent the contestant's different moods. In screen shot 6 there are all the contestants walking up some steps into a door. ...read more.

Middle

In screen shot 8 again all the contestants standing in a line it also has jail bars fall from the top of the screen to the bottom. The reason for me doing this is simply because this represents the teenagers being trapped. I also chose it because it shows there is no easy way for the teenagers to escape. There is one possible way and that is the way they came in but they would be unable to break through the steel door. Again the background in this shot is blue and the contestants are all dressed to stand out. The bars on the shot are black so the colour can be separated from the backdrop and the contestant's clothes. This camera shot I used in this particular shot was a medium shot I chose this so the viewers can see everything that is happening. ...read more.

Conclusion

The voiceover would then say something every time something interesting happened, or if the want to get a message across to one or more of the contestants. For example if the wanted a contestant in the talk room. This show will also have presenters. These will interview the contestants after they have being evicted. For this job I have decided to use 'Ant and Dec'. I chose these because again everybody knows who they are and they will bring comedy to the show. Another reason for picking them is because they are award-winning presenters. Overall I personally believe my programme will be successful in targeting my audience ranged between 13 and 18 years old because there is a chance that they could star in the show, and win the star prize of �5000 and a reasonable dream coming true. I also believe it will be successful because shows similar to this have already been screened on TV and have being successful. ...read more.

The above preview is unformatted text

This student written piece of work is one of many that can be found in our AS and A Level Television section.

Found what you're looking for?

  • Start learning 29% faster today
  • 150,000+ documents available
  • Just £6.99 a month

Not the one? Search for your essay title...
  • Join over 1.2 million students every month
  • Accelerate your learning by 29%
  • Unlimited access from just £6.99 per month

See related essaysSee related essays

Related AS and A Level Television essays

  1. The representation of men in The Jeremy Kyle show and The Maury Show

    let the guests discuss and present their own opinions, this creates more drama for the audience because they are able to present their own feelings without knowing if they are 'right' or 'wrong'. This is shown with Thomas's story (on the 'Maury' show), he is the father of Mel's baby

  2. The Truman Show

    with all the characters but are also the cliff hangers at end of each programme are interlinked in to the next programme and help to keep the continuous flow of the series. Due to the fact that the show "does not sleep."

  1. Comparison between House and Lie to Me

    During season 1, he also adheres to Radical Honesty, and thus rarely lies, even if that makes him appear rude or undiplomatic. Ria Torres (Monica Raymund), an employee of The Lightman Group, and a prot�g�e of Dr. Lightman's, who was recognized as a "natural" while she was still working as a TSA agent.

  2. I will be looking at situation comedy and in particular the American sitcom Friends. ...

    Now that I have looked at who the characters are and why they make us laugh, I will now look at the show its self and how that manages to make us laugh. The show which I have said before is about these six friends and what happens in the

  1. Each day, the average American TV set is turned on more than 7 hours ...

    It does not address questions of style, artistic quality, aesthetic categories, high vs. low culture, or specific, selective "readings" or interpretations of media messages. Rather, cultivation researchers are interested in the collective patterns of images and representations to which entire communities are exposed and which they absorb over long periods of time.

  2. Television show volume vs. commercial volume.

    The goal of compression is to increase the volume level of quiet sounds and to reduce dynamic range of the program (Orban, 2001). Peak limiting is an extreme form of compression. Peak limiting usually limits the peaks of a waveform.

  1. Rationale - The texts I am studying are The Edge, by Dick Francis (Novel), ...

    With the use of camera angles, setting and dialogue, the characters in this drama present the values and themes of the drama. Camera angles are the most prominently used technique in any visual text to show certain things within the text.

  2. The Truman Show Beth Parry

    Subtly, I think that he was showing us how people nowadays are controlled by the Government and in different institutions without really realising it, as Truman didn't realise how much his life was controlled. The invasion of privacy could also be something Peter Weir tried to show us.

  • Over 160,000 pieces
    of student written work
  • Annotated by
    experienced teachers
  • Ideas and feedback to
    improve your own work