Lost in Space
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Netflix TV Series • 2018 - CURRENT • Action & Advenure, Family, Sci-Fi
FINAL SEASON (3) is in POST PRODUCTION
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RELEASE YEAR: 2019
Now stranded even deeper in space, the Robinsons band together to explore strange planets, face down new dangers and find their beloved Robot
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What's the Difference Between a Script, Screenplay, Teleplay & Transcript?
They go by many names, but here's what each mean.
The noun "script" is an acceptable and widely used word to describe screenplays, teleplays and transcripts. It's not reserved for any single type of media. But, let's get specific anyway:
Can be an original or adapted work for a feature film. A screenplay tells the narrative of the story, dialogue between performers, details actions and emotions and (in extreme cases) suggests camera angles. A screenplay for television is called a teleplay.
Like a screenplay, but for television. According to WGA guidelines, "a television script consists of two distinct parts: story and teleplay." The story is the basic narrative and idea, while the teleplay is the written dialogue, and camera angles (if needed).
A written version of something that was originally spoken. Transcripts differ from screenplays and teleplays in that every word spoken is transcribed, even those not included in the original script. For example, if an actor ad-libs their dialogue, a transcript will include that while a screenplay or teleplay will not.