Teleplay

Teleplay

[tel-uh-pley]
A teleplay is a drama which is telecast using many of the same constraints as a theater piece (limited scenery, cast, special effects). Teleplays are typically televised live or filmed at a single television studio using one camera or a few stationary cameras. It is also sometimes used to describe a screenplay for televised broadcast.

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