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Director, Writer, Producer – Sura Khan’s The Chambers – In God We Trust (TV)
Creating television programming has its challenges. Producing an award-winning show is another story altogether. I come from an era where content creators were limited by the availability of only three major television networks, three local stations, and a PBS channel in the most important markets. All the producers were fighting to get their shows before a national audience. In the 21st century, there are more than enough channels, cable stations, and streaming services with one thing in common. They are finding the best content. Creating an award-winning production can get you to the front of that line. My Pilot, “Sura Khan’s The Chambers – In God We Trust,” is in that race.
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Sura Khan is a thirty-year veteran in the entertainment industry and a writer, producer, director, and author with unprecedented drive and determination for outstanding creation. Over the past five years, he has been developing various original television series and film projects. He’s a visionary who believes there’s a time for everything and everyone. As a result, the actual he’s developed is rooted in something extraordinary and timely. Creating programming based on the unique needs of the viewer and the times we live in is his formula for creating a winning catalog of content. Sura feels that anything is possible if we can connect with a source whose capacity to see our vision and all its possibilities is secured. “I do not doubt my unique ability to move an audience.”
, created by Sura Khan. The Chambers is a unique award-winning American drama television series. The series is set in the Chambers Central operations unit of the State City Supreme Court, where the Judge and offices of his senior staff are located during the fictional administration of Justice H. Joseph Kimble. The series focuses on conversations, law, judiciary lessons, City politics, and crisis management, among other plots. Most episodes follow Judge H. Joseph Kimble and his staff exploring Judiciary or political issues. Stories will range from behind-closed-door negotiations to personal problems such as stress disorders and other emotional issues. In addition, the show explores the connection to the mayor who appoints the Judge and highlights how politics and other events at City Hall might play into the city’s Supreme Court. The Pilot has won 34-Awards including Best New Pilot, Best Original Story, and Best Director on the film festival circuit. Sura Khan is now shopping for a home or streaming service for the program. The production company plans to begin filming season one of the series in January 2023 and hopes to be broadcasting by spring 2023.
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