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New tv drama questionnaire

  1. 1. New TV Drama Questionnaire<br />
  2. 2. Which one of the following T.V dramas do you prefer the most?<br />This table shows that most of the people who were asked to do the questionnaire chose Coronation Street in favour of the other television dramas. This could be because Coronation Street is most popular or because it is based where most of the people who were asked live, which is Manchester. Shameless is also based in this area, but isn’t as popular going off these figures. East Enders and Skins, being based in other areas, were less popular.<br />
  3. 3. What do you think of the current T.V dramas?<br />The figures show that half the amounts of people asked are not satisfied with the current television dramas. The others are split between Good and Bad. Nobody thinks the current television dramas are the best they could be, but nobody thinks they are completely terrible either. This may be because of current storylines and if asked at a later time the figures may change.<br />
  4. 4. Do you think T.V dramas are the best type of programmes?<br />All of the people who said that T.V dramas are the best type of programmes were female and of the people who said that they weren’t were male. Nearly all of the males agreed that sports programmes are the best. Taking this into account, it would be a good idea for a new T.V drama to include either sport based storylines or maybe just references to sport. This could allow for a more diverse background of TV viewers and could also attract male interest as well as female interest.<br />
  5. 5. How many hours a week do you spend watching T.V?<br />This shows that not everyone spends most of their time watching television all day, which could mean that the T.V dramas are not getting enough views, which could result in the show being axed. It would be best to see how many people watch T.V in certain months so the new T.V drama can be shown at this time every year ensuring it doesn’t get axed.<br />
  6. 6. How many hours do you spend a week watching T.V dramas?<br />These figures tie in with the above figures. Of the amount of time they spend watching T.V, not as much is spent watching T.V dramas, as most of it is spent watching other shows. This could be because T.V dramas are only on for around 30 minutes to 1 hour and are only shown on certain nights. Some T.V dramas like Coronation Street and East Enders are shown quite a lot each week. Some other T.V dramas like Shameless and Skins are only shown once each week and are not on all year as they have series.<br />Why do you spend this amount of time watching T.V dramas?<br />When asked this question, most of them said they weren’t willing to watch any other T.V drama apart from the one they have been viewing for the past couple of years because they are used to it. They would only start to watch another T.V drama if the current one they watched didn’t produce good storylines or if it stopped for another year if it was a series.<br />
  7. 7. What would your ideal scheduling time be for a new T.V drama?<br />Everyone who did the questionnaire said it would be best if the new T.V drama was shown in the afternoon around 7pm or 8pm because it would give them an opportunity to get home from college to be able to watch the new T.V drama. Most of them however, wouldn’t watch a new T.V drama unless the one they currently watch suddenly became less appealing to watch.<br />
  8. 8. 50% said it wouldn’t be a very good idea to make a new T.V drama because it would cause problems with them watching other T.V dramas. They believe that if their are too many TV dramas they may overlap each other and be shown at the same time. This would make them pick one and one only, meaning one TV drama would have considerably less viewers than the other TV drama.<br />