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Series Two: The Blind Girl Series
General info about the Blind Girl Series.

General info on the main cast of Characters.

Episode Guide.
General info on the planned First Season.

The Blind in Television and Movies.
Past History of the Blind portrayed on Screen.

The Thrill of Illinois.
Where my show would be produced.

What is a Presentation Film?
How some shows began.

Letterbox Format Explanation.
What's with those black bars?

The Blind Girl Series Premise.

I can't put much detailed information here about the Series until after we're further along financially. SEND MONEY.

The emphasis of the Blind Girl Series is on the two main characters, a Boy and a Blind Girl who meet in Episode One. Not knowing how to deal with her Blindness, it takes the Boy awhile to grow accustomed to the Blind Girl and figure out how to act around her, as it takes them awhile to incorporate themselves into eachother's lives.

Over all, the Series follows a group of Five friends, all in their 20's: Two Boys, Two Girls, and the Blind Girl, as they explore life, try to overcome life's obstacles and problems, and have adventures. I sometimes like to refer to these characters as "A Boy and a Blind Girl, and their Stupid Friends". Although the friends aren't really stupid, they act like it around the Blind Girl for awhile as it takes them longer to accept her. Early on at times they fight it, not wanting to be with her at all. Over time they smarten up as they get used to her, and understand how she lives.

The Series takes place in Illinois in present day, where it will be filmed.

The Episodes are in the half-hour format, consisting of a Teaser and Two Acts. The Series will be Closed-Captioned and in Stereo and/or Surround Sound - (where available). The Episode Titles will be shown in the opening credits and will probably be numbered as well. The episodes will be available in both Pan&Scan and the Widescreen Letterbox Format, to probably be filmed with Digital Cameras and/or High-Definition Television Cameras. - (Digital Technology). NO Footage from the last few minutes are allowed to show up in the Previews, almost guaranteeing any shocking last minute plot twists won't be revealed the week before broadcast (unlike Star Trek's previews).

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