If you had a chance to sit down with producers and financiers and sell an idea for a TV show, what would it be? I wouldn't worry about someone stealing your idea, you were never going to do anything about it anyway. Here's mine: I think I'd call it "The Jury". The premise is that it's a courtroom/detective/audience participation show. Think Law and Order meets Perry Mason meets American Idol. The show opens with a crime scene. Then the cops investigate and obtain suspects. Suspects are interviewed until they come up with someone who is charged. Then they go to court for a trial. Obviously, it needs to be written so it's not as boring as a real court case. Evidence is presented and argued by attorneys. Witnesses are interviewed. The story of the crime is laid out and recreated as it evolves. Eventually, it all boils down to the jury... which is the audience. It's like a POV in which the TV viewer is presented with the facts they they/we have to decide guilt or innocence by voting via text. The defendant is found guilty or acquitted and that nearly the end of the show. The very end of the show is you get to see what REALLY happened. So, a defendant could be voted guilty but actually what really happened was different and an innocent person could be convicted or vice versa or they jury could have gotten it right. The show would go over several episodes for each case before the final one where the audience votes and the way the crime actually happened is revealed. What are your show ideas?