A TV show about Sherlock is an expensive investment.
Its one of the only major genre shows where the producers make the money back by taking home the most viewers.
This means you have to pay the producers for all the episodes that air, the ads and all the promotion that surrounds them.
A big part of the money is made on the advertising, too, with each episode of the series costing hundreds of dollars.
The money that comes from the advertising is then split between the TV networks, the studios and the producers.
The networks and the studios make money, too.
These three are collectively responsible for producing TV programmes.
The producers get paid through advertising, but the rest of the funds come from the licence fees that TV shows get.
The BBC pays for BBC shows, and that money helps fund everything from music licensing to the development of new technology.
The rest comes from government funding, the BBC’s share of public sector pay, and from donations to charity.
If you’ve ever wondered why some shows cost so much and some cost so little, then you’re in the right place.
But what is the true cost of a TV show?
And why is it that, in the US, the cost of television is so much higher than in other parts of the world?
There are two ways to think about this.
You can think of the cost in terms of the network.
In the UK, BBC1 pays the BBC for a licence fee.
The other way of thinking is that the money goes to the BBC through its licence fee, which covers most of the costs of producing, broadcasting and promoting programmes.
However, in other countries, such as the US and the UK the licence fee is much higher, and the costs are much higher still.
So what makes a TV series expensive?
It depends on the show, the actors and the actors’ fees.
If the budget is too high, the production team will often overwork and over-produce a show that they feel will be a flop.
And if the budget isn’t high enough, the budget may not be high enough to pay for the extras and the music.
So how much does a TV programme cost?
The amount that you need to pay to produce a programme in the UK is about £2,200 per episode, according to BBC’s guidelines.
That means a single episode of a programme would cost £3,800.
In France, that amount is £2.4 million per episode.
In Germany, the figure is €4 million.
If a show is made by a studio, the amount of money that goes to it varies depending on what kind of show it is.
So for example, in a crime drama, you might get an extra £200,000 from the BBC.
But if a comedy or drama about the death penalty, you could be looking at an extra €2.2 million.
A crime thriller might be paying for an extra episode, but it’s probably going to be a lot less.
This can be because of the different levels of production, including whether you’re making a serial or episodic TV series.
A serial TV show is a show where the lead character is dead for a long period of time.
In that sense, it’s like a movie and the audience is never given a chance to see the film.
In contrast, an episodic series is made up of one or two episodes, usually one or more of which are released weekly, and it’s usually produced by a single studio.
This gives each episode a different budget.
If all the production takes place in one week, for example on a Saturday, each episode would cost €500,000.
So if you make a crime thriller, each of its six episodes would cost a total of €1.2 billion.
But the budget for each episode is different.
The studio that makes a crime series will typically pay for six weeks of filming for each of the episodes, so the budget would be €400,000 per episode for the six episodes.
A typical serial television show, however, would likely only need six weeks for production, and production would take place at a studio.
The show will likely be shot in France, Germany and Spain, and all three countries will be responsible for paying for all of the actors, their fees and the sound equipment that they use.
If your show is not serial, it will probably be shot entirely in a studio in France.
The cost of each episode in the United Kingdom would be about £400, and in the USA it would be around $1,400.
That’s because in the States, the average number of episodes per year is about three, whereas in France the average is four.
The amount of production in the U.S. would probably be around €1,200, and this would probably cover the costs for the actors (€1,000 in the European Union),