What is a teleplay?
A teleplay is a play written or adapted for television. The term surfaced during the 1950s with wide usage to distinguish a TV script from stage plays for the theater and screenplays written for films.
Is it possible for a studio to adapt fan fiction to become an official movie screenplay or a television script and or teleplay?
The teleplay opens with a scene of a woman in a hopsital bed, recovering from the Hangover from Hell. She is an alcoholic who has vowed, Never Again, to succumb to the lure of booze. As so many alcoholics have found out, to quit drinking is easy; to live sober is, however, a very different thing. Our protoganist is jealous of her boyfriend and the cultured advertising crowd he hangs with; and, at a party…
Directed byBruce McDonaldProduced byBrian IrvingWritten byTim Burns (teleplay) Tom Gillies (executive story editor) Jennifer Pertsch (executive story editor) I got this from Wikipedia, great site for information on anything from celebrities (ie. Justin Bieber) to everyday items (ie. Towel). Hope this helps.
The protagonist of the teleplay, The Monsters are Due on Maple Street, are actually the aliens or as Rod Serling refers to as Figure one and Figure 2. This is because the humans are the antagonists. The humans are the antagonists because Rod Sterling tries to hint that humans could become evil because of their minds and their false accusations. -Ms Aieta