Wanna win $50,000? All ya gotta do is come up with Australia’s next reality show 👀🤞

Wanna win $50,000? All ya gotta do is come up with Australia’s next reality show 👀🤞
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Guys – put on ya thinking hats as the Australian Academy of Cinema and Television Arts (AACTA) has just announced they want you to come up with a brand new reality show!

It’s called the AACTA Reg Grundy Award, and it’s giving the lucky winner $50,000 – a $20,000 cash price and $30,000 as a development fund – for the best new, original TV program.

It’s open to any Aussie with a cracker of an idea, so get your creative juices flowing and click here to enter.

They’re after a reality show, so think – The Block, The Masked Singer, Survivor or Amazing Race.

The aim of the award is to grow unscripted entertainment in Australia, and ‘it is open to Australians from all walks of life and across all experience levels who can demonstrate an idea that is original, viable and has the all-important entertainment factor,’ the press release states.

All they need is your brilliant idea, and an entry fee of $50 for non-members $25 for AACTA Members.

Also, be quick because entry closes, Sunday 4 October 11.59pm AEST.

 

 

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7 Responses

  1. Average people looking for average partners.

    Your every day people who are looking for love. The bachelorette but of average blokes all looking for the same lifestyle and end game. “Lady wants a tradie”? Or something similar. This way there would be a realistic representation of the modern relationship and not all about a celebrity love triangle.

  2. Celebrity constructive criticism.

    All worthy contestants from love island, the bachelor and the bachelorette hear feed back from viewers, from professionals about how they come across, how to improve their attitudes and behaviours and then they go into a boot camp where they become better and more well rounded people in the hopes of finding love.

  3. Celebrity constructive criticism.

    All worthy contestants from love island, the bachelor and the bachelorette hear feed back from viewers, from professionals about how they come across, how to improve their attitudes and behaviours and then they go into a boot camp where they become better and more well rounded people in the hopes of finding love.

  4. Was very keen, sharing my idea. Then I had to pay 💰 to share my idea?
    As my two year old says perfectly: bye bye

  5. Bosses (well paid, seniors of companies) swap positions with a (low paid, junior member of the company) for a month with their families (including house swap, pay change, lifestyle Eg working hours, before and after work activities)

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