Let’s pretend you’ve had your first successful audition for a job on TV. It can be any job, as long as you’re needed on set, standing in front of the camera, acting your guts out. Not literally, though, except if it’s for a murder-mystery series. In that case: go right ahead. Before I congratulate you on the job, I think it’s good to talk some more about what it means to work on a TV-set.
In this lesson, we’ll talk about the most important things you need to know when working on a set, before you actually set foot on one. We’ll talk about the different people you’ll work with, whether you’re working in a studio or on location, the terminology and phrases professionals use and - always important - how you should behave on set if you want to be hired again sometime.
So, keep watching!