"C" TV SERIES
Producers Anthony W Johnson, Franco Sama Writer Anthony W Johnson
“C’ will be a Syfy action adventure one hour episodic that delves into the past and technological advances that the future holds.
The Syfy Drama “Westworld” explores the creation theory from a scientific point of view, in an “Us or Them” mathematical equation, which allows it room to explore various life events through a game. It is at its best when one or more of the characters recognize that they are trapped by their own existence. setting off a dangerous illusion. As well, the hit television series’ Game of Thrones is an American fantasy drama television series adaptation of A Song of Ice and Fire, George R. R.Martin's series of fantasy novels. It follows a dynastic conflict among competing Clans for succession to the Iron Throne. It is perceived as a sort of medieval realism, the story feels more like historical fiction than contemporary fantasy, with less emphasis on magic and sorcery and more on battles, political intrigue, and the characters. Believing that magic should be used moderately in the epic fantasy genre, Game of Thrones becomes extremely intriguing when the questions of redemption and character changes the outcome, allowing the audience to view different characters from their perspective.
So too, should “C” not be judged as a typical Syfy fantasy drama, or an American fantasy drama, as it will be at its best when it feels like a historical non-fiction exploration into life and death, and the possibility of untapped power, and heroism, rather than a common fantasy about angels and werewolves. And so too, it will become incredibly intriguing when the characters realize they too, could very well be a part of another alien’s dream or writings into existence.
The exploration of ancient history, the fear amongst various religions, and prophecies spawn a moral compass that is unique and thorough that unseals the worlds of fantasy, science and non-fiction, but more importantly…wonder. With the Human race in utter turmoil, fighting for rights and a place on this Earth, moreover within dangerous illusions of truth and consequence, they are all destined to become provocateurs, an “Us or Them” mathematical equation, but instead of a game, it is a puzzle, an enigma that introduces countless conflicts. It will take faith and miracles, and possibly magic to save them all.