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"So I married an Asian" What do you think of this as a sitcom?

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    peter565posted 2 years ago

    "So I married an Asian" What do you think of this as a sitcom?

    Many comedian today make sitcoms base on their own life, those that have something unique is usually more successful (Eg: Fresh off the boat, is an Asian family in the US, none like that on TV before.) So, I got an idea, there is a pretty famous white comedian in Taiwan who is in her 50s, she came to the country after marry her Asian husband, Consider a sitcom about a white woman married an Asian and live in Asia with her husband and their kids has never been done before, do you think if we get her to make a sitcom base on this part of her life, would be a successful show?

  2. yecall profile image66
    yecallposted 24 months ago

    I think it is an idea that will in this politically correct culture be immediately pounced upon and declared to be racist.  It is almost impossible to even allude to race in any way anymore without being called racist.

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      peter565posted 24 months agoin reply to this

      [I think it is an idea that will in this politically correct culture be immediately pounced upon and declared to be racist] What if we get an Asian producer?

  3. tamarawilhite profile image90
    tamarawilhiteposted 24 months ago

    The more likely way to make money with this is to make short 30 second skits to 5 minute episodes, put it on streaming video sites and get advertising revenue from it.
    If it generates interest, then you may be picked up by Netflix, Amazon Instant Video or other groups seeking online talent.
    If it generates only moderate interest, use it as a basis to sell subscription only access to a site where YOU post the online episodes or use it to promote a comedy tour featuring the group.

 
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