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What Type Of Contract Do I Need To Create A Tv Show?

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Mogabie | 07:44 Wed 25th May 2022 | Law
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I have an idea for a series, in fact, I’ve already started filming it but it was only until recently that I thought about the series and the rights to it and all that legal stuff. Let me give you a little context.

My friend has a business where he provides a service. In this business, I have started to film interactions with clients and services rendered. This is my idea and my series. I’m using his location and crew. As the days pass by, I film the interaction with customers and the crew providing the services requested.

What type of contract do I need that says that I am the owner of the series and we are splitting the ad revenue but not the rights to the same. The day I decide to go to another location that provides the same service to make a “season 2″ can do it without problems or misunderstanding about the future revenue of the series.

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This is a UK based website but this looks like a good place to start: https://creativelawcenter.com/protect-creative-work/
09:12 Wed 25th May 2022
Perhaps you need a contract drawn up by a solicitor?
Are you in the US or the UK (or somewhere else), Mogabie?
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I'm in the US, Zacs.
This is a UK based website but this looks like a good place to start:
https://creativelawcenter.com/protect-creative-work/
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Thank you very much, Zacs!

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