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    Kat Sieniuc • Comedy • Television (Half-hour) • 35 pages

    Just when a successful female lawyer wins a controversial sexual assault case and poises herself to become the next attorney general of New York, she faces a showdown with the only legal mind who could tear her down and ruin her aspirations: a legendary attorney who also happens to be her estranged mother.

  • H8

    Faisal Azam, Erica Velis • Drama • Television (One-hour) • 69 pages

    When minority children start going missing in a small Southern town, two exceptional FBI agents—one Black, one Pakistani-American—with colliding worldviews are called in to investigate. What they uncover reveals the heart of hatred in America and a vast, sinister conspiracy.

  • You Are Special!

    Jess Hendel • Comedy • Television (Half-hour) • 40 pages

    An awkward loner teams up with her rock star neighbor to pursue her dreams—and save both of their lives.

  • RUST

    Justin Moran • Sci-fi • Television (One-hour) • 60 pages

    While trying to scrape out a living in the asteroid belt, a crew of hard-luck miners happen upon an old shipwreck, which launches them into a world of bounty hunters, terrorists, and a mammoth mining conglomerate set on keeping old mistakes buried.

  • Quartermaster

    Karl Archer • Drama • Television (One-hour) • 63 pages

    At the start of World War II, a young mechanical engineer becomes Winston Churchill's first recruit in what would become Britain's first covert secret agency, the Special Operations Executive, designed to sabotage the Nazi war machine and assassinate Adolph Hitler. Inspired by a true story.

  • Collateral Damage

    Robin Fusco • Drama • Television (One-hour) • 63 pages

    After becoming an enemy of the Syrian government for treating Aleppo war victims, a former medical student seeks asylum in the United States. Risking her future, she treats undocumented immigrants and others who need care while struggling to outrun her past and avoid attracting the attention of the law.

  • Sprinkles and Buttons

    Steve Miranda • Comedy • Television (Half-hour) • 30 pages

    After losing their owner, Sprinkles and Buttons must roam the unforgiving world on a perilous journey back to their home.

  • Super Drunk Girl

    Julia Wackenheim-Gimple, Ryan Gowland • Action • Television (Half-hour) • 33 pages

    Stacey, a photographer stuck in a dead-end job, starts to realize that something life-changing is happening during her late-night partying.


  • Fifty Thousand

    Sonali Mehta • Other • Television (One-hour) • 62 pages

    When an Indian immigrant widow unwittingly attracts the attention of an overeager ICE officer during an incident at the airport, she must work to protect her underground green card brokerage business under wraps.

  • City of Gold

    Daniel Fisch • Western • Television (One-hour) • 54 pages

    The Gold Rush is in full swing. San Francisco is a lawless, wild west powder keg. A local business tycoon consolidates his power as a mysterious group bombs his dig sites. A female miner, hell-bent on getting her sister out of the city, takes aim at the land he stole. The long lost son of the tycoon’s war buddy becomes a pawn in his schemes. How many graves will they dig before they strike gold?

  • Playing the Palace

    Alex Williams • Comedy • Television (Half-hour) • 33 pages

    The scion of a prominent political family, his career at the State Department in ruins after a scandal, is given a chance to redeem himself when he’s sent to the tiny principality of Aphasia – which has been shut off from the rest of the world for fifty years - to help them transition to democracy and re-enter the modern world.


    Tony Hendriks, Gillian Royes • Thriller • Television (One-hour) • 59 pages

    After a Jamaican ex-con is refused a government ganja license he finds a million dollars belonging to narcotraficantes and reverts to skulduggery to save his family and village.

  • n00bs

    jonathan murnane • Comedy • Television (Half-hour) • 40 pages

    n00bs follows the misadventures of an esports team (competitive video gamers) as they transition from poor college students into local celebrities and globally ranked gaming athletes, without the experience or maturity to deal with success properly.

  • Migra

    Christine M. Torres • Drama • Television (One-hour) • 65 pages

    This drama, set in Arizona on the US/Mexican border, follows two Border Patrol agents who succumb to temptation when they find a large pile of drug cash. Problem is, they’re not the only ones after that money.

  • Death Divided

    Kenny Wong • Drama • Television (One-hour) • 60 pages

  • The Haight

    Kimba Henderson • Historical • Television (One-hour) • 58 pages

    Amidst the explosive 1968 murder trial of Black Panther, Huey Newton, the multicultural denizens of Reve, a hip Haight-Ashbury cafe struggle to regain their peaceful balance. But when local drug dealer is murdered, the investigation uncovers secrets and betrayals, and this close-knit community of artists and activists is rocked to its core and forced back into the harsh reality of a divided nation.

  • Chalk

    Nick Jones • Drama • Television (One-hour) • 58 pages

    A homeless Bulgarin Chalk Artist is living on the streets of London where she meets Eric, an immigration case officer in mourning, who comes to her rescue outside his house when she's attacked.


    Craig Page • Drama • Television (One-hour) • 59 pages

    A bipolar and uninsured single mother with an autistic son inherits a funeral home, but when her son is hit by a car and fighting for his life, she begins selling human body parts on the lucrative black/red market to pay the medical bills and keep the business alive.


    Geoffrey Garza • Drama • Television (One-hour) • 58 pages

    A seasoned counselor at a last ditch teen rehab fights to retain his status and his sobriety when a new boss challenges his spiritual code.

  • Broke(n)

    Jackson Groom • Drama • Television (One-hour) • 65 pages

    Since turning 30, a millennial struggles to navigate adulthood. It’s been one year since a stolen fortune, and vicious beatdown left this gambler in recovery, destitute. After losing his job, and feeling increasingly concerned for the wellbeing of the rescued animals he hoards in his father’s basement, he contemplates returning to his old gambling ways. Reality becomes fluid however, as symptoms of his mental illness resurface.

  • The Last Abortion Clinic in Kansas

    Tammy Caplan • Comedy • Television (Half-hour) • 34 pages

    The staff of a women's health clinic struggles to treat patients and keep their sanity in the middle of the War on Women.

  • Doomed Journey

    Vincent Vargas • Adventure • Television (One-hour) • 51 pages

    When plans to expand his dwindling enterprise fail, a Midwestern businessman falls prey to the charms of a con man who convinces him to pack up his family, and embark on a perilous journey to California.


    Shain Brenden • Comedy • Television (Half-hour) • 32 pages

    A young combat veteran fresh out of the military moves to Los Angeles to try and figure out life after the uniform with help from his sometimes idiotic but always well meaning group of friends.

  • Cold War Charlie

    Cheryl Gallegos • Thriller • Television (One-hour) • 66 pages

    A female KGB agent infiltrates America's nuclear missile systems during the height of the Cold War launches towards Israel and NATO Headquarters in Brussels.

  • Thick as Thieves

    Sam Ferguson • Comedy • Television (One-hour) • 50 pages

    Two young women are pulled in to a new life of crime reliving the worst parts of their teenage years after they impulsively choose to rob a cafe, which they discover is owned by the Welsh Mob.


  • Soldiers & Bandits

    Eduardo Soto-Falcon • Western • Television (One-hour) • 68 pages

    In 1916, Pancho Villa raids an American town, bringing the USA and Mexico on the verge of war. A young Mexican immigrant joins the US Army as an interpreter and becomes a symbol of hope for brokering peace and understanding between the two nations. Based on historical events and extremely relevant due to the current situation between the USA and Mexico.

  • Jung

    Andrea R. Mihailescu • Drama • Television (One-hour) • 57 pages

    A young disillusioned North Korean soldier wants to convince his girlfriend to defect with him and escape North Korea's harsh conditions but their knowledge about the country's nuclear secrets turns them and everyone they know into targets.

  • The Lawsuit

    John Rosans • Drama • Television (One-hour) • 52 pages

    At the onset of the financial crisis, with the housing bubble about to burst, a small-town attorney and his clients find themselves outgunned as they battle a Fortune 500 corporation and its white-shoe law firm in a civil suit that will make or break careers and families.

  • Bounty

    Gary Howell • Drama • Television (One-hour) • 52 pages

    When a deep sea explorer goes missing in the Gulf of Mexico, his son must unravel a mystery embedded in his father’s Last Will and Testament, and doing so will entangle him in a world of drug smugglers, murderers and back stabbers.

  • Guardians of the Damned

    NATASHA M. HALL • Drama • Television (One-hour) • 58 pages

    A youth counselor haunted by her supernatural past is forced to use her agonizing powers when one of her teens gets possessed by demonic forces.

  • Insurrection

    Simon Bowler • Drama • Television (One-hour) • 63 pages

    John Brown's battles to end slavery.

  • Blue Watch

    Andrew Judge • Drama • Television (One-hour) • 60 pages

    A firefighter returning from injury faces the possibility of training his replacement whilst keeping a dark secret from the watch

  • When A Cannibal Comes To Town

    Cassia Littler • Drama • Television (One-hour) • 64 pages

    An eleven-year old caricaturist longs to run away to the Caribbean, but these plans are forced to a halt after her seed-money goes missing and she learns that a new neighbour and ‘friend’…might just be a cannibal.

  • happily ever after- pilot

    michael schuster • Comedy • Television (Half-hour) • 36 pages

    Ellie is a wedding planner who loves making her friends' and clients' dreams come true. But she's too busy find time to make her own dreams a reality.

  • 808 State of Mind

    Courtney Avichouser • Drama • Television (One-hour) • 47 pages

    A once-conventional family become unhinged by tragedy, and face a paradox in paradise, while realizing that there are no shortcuts in the pursuit of happiness, especially on an island like Maui. A year after the tragic passing of helicopter rescue pilot, Pete Wilson, Anne, Olivia, and Liam Wilson leave their snowy home in Colorado to move back to Maui… a happier place where life for Anne seemed simpler and happier. With the approaching one year celebration for Pete, with old wounds to mend and broken hearts to heal, moving back to the island becomes more challenging than they anticipated, but with the help of ohana, they just might persevere.

  • Superstore Spec- "Uncle Herb"

    Cara Rothenberg • Comedy • Television (Half-hour) • 29 pages

    Garrett helps Glenn make new friends. Kelly thinks Jonah is hiding something from her, and Mateo and Cheyenne pursue stardom.

  • Big Little Lies

    Peter Haig • Drama • Television (One-hour) • 60 pages

    Big Little Lies: EPISODE #8 (Season 2, Ep. 1)

  • The Resurrectionists

    Travis Opgenorth • Drama • Television (One-hour) • 60 pages

    Inspired by true events: In 1820s Edinburgh, where demand for medical cadavers is high and supply is limited, a prominent doctor makes moves to fund his research by leveraging control of a lucrative cadaver black market. (Boardwalk Empire with cadavers)

  • Depraved Cathedral

    Meaghan Hynes • Drama • Television (One-hour) • 64 pages

    Season One: Sexually and romantically depraved Jamie Chaplain returns to her all girls high school as a teacher, where her memory unfurls the sinister mystery of her past with sexual assault. But is intravenous ketamine treatment for consequent depression skewing Jamie's perception of her adolescence...and maybe even that of her present?

  • Growing Up Asian

    Wallaine Sarao • Drama • Television (One-hour) • 52 pages

    Five Asian teenagers struggle to define their identities and future, all the while trying to balance the pressures and demands of their Tiger Moms.

  • Combing

    Mark Millner, Sutton Dewey • Drama • Television (One-hour) • 56 pages

    In this dark comedy, a small-town beekeeper’s colony disappears in a bizarre robbery. In an attempt to keep his family from going under, he makes a violent mistake. But he finds himself in the middle of a crazed battle between a cop, a cult, and a corporation that threatens the future of agriculture. It’s Breaking Bad… with beekeepers.

  • Holy Oil

    Derrick Metellus • Drama • Television (One-hour) • 59 pages

    Sick and tired of the status-quo, a young pharmacist risks his life and freedom to take on the opioid epidemic by way of a miracle plant - cannabis.

  • Waking Up White

    Jason Gregory • Comedy • Television (Half-hour) • 39 pages

    A Black family wakes up White and has 30 days to decide if they'd rather return to their cultural roots or stick with the "new skin" that they are in.


    Seth Harrington • Drama • Television (One-hour) • 56 pages

    Still haunted by his violent upbringing, a disgraced lawyer returns to his Texas hometown to take care of his father and gets a chance at redemption by representing a client no one else will: an eighth-grader accused of murder.

  • Mahogany

    Lavetta Cannon • Drama • Television (One-hour) • 59 pages

    Mahogany is a one-hour drama set in 1960s Chicago - think “Mad Men” meets “Empire.” When most people think of African-Americans and the 1960s, they usually think of the struggle for civil rights; the fight to end segregation; but the black elites working at Mahogany are only interested in the battle for wealth and status!

  • The Dead Line

    Gabriel Durán • Western • Television (One-hour)

  • Bluebirds

    Simon Wilkinson • Drama • Television (One-hour) • 52 pages

    1940 - A young woman ATA pilot battles to prove herself against friend and foe alike in the skies above war-torn England.

  • White Power Barbie

    Josh Berman, Janelle Gofo • Drama • Television (One-hour) • 61 pages

    An hourlong satirical drama following the accidental descent of an intelligent liberal millennial journalist into her hate-spewing conservative television persona beginning during the 2016 election, which affects her family, relationships, and America writ large.

  • What A Life

    Devin Andrada • Drama • Television (One-hour) • 55 pages

    A group of black high school students have lived in a unsafe city for all their lives, but when the dangerous reality suddenly affects them directly, is it too much for the group to handle?

  • Oh, Mighty River

    Dan Ritter • Drama • Television (One-hour) • 53 pages

    While a family deals with the disappearance of their son, mounting evidence suggests a serial killer in the region; an exploration of reason vs. belief in the search for understanding.


  • Derblin Paranormal

    Ryan Manns • Animated • Television (Half-hour) • 32 pages

    Herby and Derek Derblin are twins just trying to scrape together a living as paranormal investigators.

  • noobs

    Matt Gengel • Comedy • Television (Half-hour) • 39 pages

    Set in the fast-paced world of eSports, the comedy centers around Lucid, a washed up pro-gamer, as he and his motley crew of teammates compete against the best teams in the world.

  • The Serpent Queen

    Nikki Cole, Nikila Cole • Historical • Television (One-hour) • 56 pages

    A courageous young woman is pushed onto the world stage and changes the course of history. As the Renaissance and Inquisition explode around her, Catherine de Medici battles bloodthirsty enemies, assassination attempts and religious wars, as she relentlessly struggles to save her family, her country, and an entire embattled continent. The shock is hers when she is forced to execute the only man she ever loved.

  • Mother Tucker

    Steve Holbert • Drama • Television (One-hour) • 60 pages

    Mother Tucker is an hour dramedy about a white trash drag queen, who adopts two kids he doesn't want but ends up with the family he always needed.


    KARL Archer • Drama • Television • 62 pages

    A decorated homicide detective diagnosed with terminal brain cancer keeps waking up in the corpses of recent murder victims.


    Mark Bethea • Drama • Television (One-hour) • 59 pages

    Princess Cooper, a very successful attorney, has a crisis of conscience and quits her firm to start a new firm that will only handle "pro bono" cases.

  • Piney Ridge

    La'Chris Jordan • Historical • Television (One-hour) • 60 pages

    Following a heart-wrenching tragedy, a Black female sharecropper in 1930s Virginia sets out on a mission of personal revenge, all while fighting the exploitation of the town’s wealthy landowners and the violent harassment of the local sheriff and his posse of unlawful men.

  • Lynna's Journey

    Salvador Figueroa • Animated • Television (Half-hour) • 23 pages

    A spunky and determined runaway must convince a mysterious and sarcastic wizard who wants to take her home to teach her magic instead, so she can pursue her dream of a life of adventure.

  • Black and Blonde

    Klaudia Morawa, Bradley Carter • Drama • Television (One-hour) • 61 pages

    Jennifer Robbins, a rookie police officer, gets her dream assignment to the Missing Persons Unit. There, she's partnered with Nikki Black, a seasoned detective battling alcoholism after the suicide of her husband.

  • Elvis Bites Man

    Jay Cundiff, Kyle Jorgensen • Comedy • Television (One-hour) • 61 pages

    To keep their struggling tabloid magazine, The Global Inspector, afloat, two journalists are sent to a small town in Oregon to investigate a murder in which the lead suspect is none other than Bigfoot.

  • Lifers Anonymous - "Pilot"

    Sean Collins-Smith • Drama • Television (One-hour) • 65 pages

    When Zoe is approached by a man offering her a single wish, she chooses to live forever. Nine decades later, she's an antisocial private investigator who stumbles onto a shocking discovery: a secret recovery group for those like her.


    Leanne Mangan • Drama • Television (One-hour) • 58 pages

    Three 40-something women are thrown together at a female empowerment lecture after THE WORST DAY, determined to get back control of their lives - but as witnesses to a crime, they must fight for their lives before they can remake them.

  • Colonials

    Ian Fletcher • Drama • Television (One-hour) • 62 pages

    On a terraformed world a young detective investigates a series of disappearances that hint at a conspiracy that could shatter a fragile peace.

  • Burger and Chips

    Lyndon Booth • Comedy • Television (Half-hour) • 39 pages

    Police detectives John Burger and Reed Chips' days of drug busts and takeouts are put in jeopardy when they discover a portal in Police HQ's basement. Can they fight wise-cracking monsters and aliens and still make it to the pub quiz?

  • Swords and Sex

    Lia Woodward, Leah Folta • Comedy • Television (Half-hour) • 32 pages

  • Boogie Dogs

    Jordan Trout • Comedy • Television (Half-hour) • 35 pages

    A pragmatist and his conspiracy theorist partner work as fixers for a tyrannical porn producer. Solving any broken condom or STD outbreak he throws at them. There's also vampires...which may or may not be hallucinatory.

  • Re-Gram

    Honora Talbott • Comedy • Television (Half-hour) • 36 pages

    "Re-Gram" is a high concept comedy starring a superficial, self-obsessed instagram model Mabel (aka @MabeLean) who gets transported back in time to 1901 and must live life as her namesake, her feminist Great Great Grandmother.

  • Pick Your Battles

    John Maye • Comedy • Television (Half-hour) • 30 pages

    A failed pro wrestler gets a second shot at glory after an accident puts him back in the spotlight as well an opportunity to fix his personal life since leaving the ring. It is not just a show about the insider view of pro wrestling. It is a show about people trying to overcome self-doubt, addiction, dysfunctional relationships, and better their lives. Some of which happen to be pro wrestlers and the people who support them.

  • Hot Commodity

    Anyes Van Volkenburgh • Drama • Television (One-hour)

  • R.P.M.

    Jeffrey Jackson • Drama • Television (One-hour) • 55 pages

    In an alternate America -- one that banned rock & roll in 1958 -- a group of 21st-century teenagers uncover a buried relic from the past: a 45 vinyl record.

  • Quarters

    Tony Nichols • Comedy • Television (Half-hour) • 35 pages

    This is 1981. A rebellious, big city girl enters the lives of the misfits at a small town video arcade when she shatters the Centipede high score and turns their nerdy world upside down.

  • The Deep Burn

    Jerry Landry • Comedy • Television (Half-hour) • 25 pages

    In the steroid-soaked 1980s, bodybuilding champion MACK BRADLEY considers a return to glory - this time, without the juice.

  • The Bard in Time

    Christopher Lastrapes • Sci-fi • Television (One-hour) • 57 pages

    As his marriage falls apart, William Shakespeare finds inspiration for his next play after receiving a time machine from Leonardo Da Vinci to travel through history and learn more about himself.

  • The Centerville Project

    Oriana Schwindt • Other • Television (Half-hour) • 34 pages

    Based on the writer's real-life experiences on a seven-month reporting trip around America in 2017, "The Centerville Project" is one Latinx woman's search for America's heart, one state at a time.

  • John & Meryl (Pilot)

    Jimmy Prosser • Drama • Television (One-hour) • 52 pages

    John & Meryl is a dramatic exploration of the relationship between actors Meryl Streep and John Cazale in the late 1970s during their rise to fame on stage and screen. John & Meryl is an 8-episode limited series. (Episode/Series Bible available).

  • The Machine, "Pilot"

    Cory Greeson • Drama • Television (One-hour) • 71 pages

    Set amidst the chaotic, no-holds-barred political scene of mid-19th century New York, The Machine follows Donovan McReynolds, an aspiring civil servant, as he launches his career under the patronage of Tammany Hall and its infamous leader, Boss Tweed.

  • Red Dirt

    David Sullivan • Drama • Television (One-hour) • 60 pages

    A NASCAR origin story: two young bootleggers from the sticks partner up with Atlanta's most ruthless gangster to make their names in illegal moonshine running and the Wild West of early stock car racing.


    Lee Matthew Goldberg • Drama • Television (One-hour) • 66 pages

    When a man with amnesia encounters his lookalike in the Alaskan wilderness, he becomes convinced they are ancestors and remembers being Wyatt Barlow, a 19th century gold prospector frozen in time, fully thawed now and desperate to learn what happened to his family by getting dangerously close to his descendant, who has the life and the love he left behind.

  • The Divinity Cycle

    Nelson Downend • Thriller • Television (One-hour) • 59 pages

    The lives of a disillusioned priest struggling with addiction, a recently widowed homicide detective and an ambitious young journalist converge as an enigmatic performance artist leads them into the mystery surrounding an active serial killer.


    Aleks Biskis • Action • Television (One-hour) • 62 pages

    Set in 1988, a Honolulu police officer and former wrestler goes undercover to expose an underground fighting ring and the gang responsible for taking his dad off the force.

  • Project Mogul

    Jordan Trout • Drama • Television (One-hour) • 60 pages

    In 1947, an FBI agent and his family watch their American dream turn into a nightmare when they're relocated to Roswell, New Mexico. Two months after the infamous UFO incident.

  • Stage Five

    Alexandra Timmer • Comedy • Television (Half-hour) • 34 pages

    A young woman beats cancer only to discover that she can't shake off the world of the dead and return to the land of the living as easily as she thought, not with a mortician for a roommate and a goth detective following her around thinking she would make the perfect partner.

  • X

    Chris Phillips • Drama • Television (One-hour) • 60 pages

    After surviving a brutal assault that turns his carefully maintained world upside-down, a macho legal investigator takes a job with a tough-as-nails female attorney, placing them both on the frontline of the cultural battle over gender, sexuality and toxic masculinity.

  • Converted

    Dana Quercioli • Comedy • Television (Half-hour) • 35 pages

    After surviving conversion therapy as a teen, Andy McCloskey cinches, tucks, and tapes his life back together as he joins a circle of eccentric Boston drag queens.


    Keaton McGruder • Thriller • Television (One-hour) • 60 pages

    A female neuroscientist at Oxford is drawn into the hunt for a killer telling the story of Alice in Wonderland through his murders.

  • Heaven Springs, NY

    Micah Paisner • Comedy • Television (Half-hour) • 40 pages

    Natural Resources Officer Roy Barton attempts to save his small town by bringing in a nationally televised fishing competition. Things start to unravel when a talking fish named Frederick Bowers begins feeding him information.

  • Unplugged: Assemble The Trolls (Pilot)

    Adam Toltzis • Comedy • Television (Half-hour) • 34 pages

    UNPLUGGED is about a super viral Twitter Troll named Cory (@BasementTurd) who gets sent to the Unplugged Inn, a tech rehab facility. But, it turns out that Cory and the other Trolls haven't actually been sent to tech rehab to help themselves...

  • Magnolia

    Christopher Lastrapes • Action • Television (One-hour) • 57 pages

    After Magnolia accidentally reveals her secret powers when she saves the life of her new friend’s grandmother, she’s hunted by people who would use her powers for their own personal gain.

  • The Champagne of Men

    Jason Marcus • Comedy • Television (Half-hour) • 35 pages

    When his deadbeat father passes away, an obnoxious writer returns to his hometown to bury him and finds that he has a half-brother who is the polar opposite of him and his arrogant ways.

  • The Maharaja

    Amar Rehal • Historical • Television (One-hour) • 58 pages

    True story set in 19th century India as a young Sikh warrior attempts to overcome a rocky marriage and unite a divided people in an effort to take on his most powerful enemy.

  • The Catalyst

    Corbyn Keys • Historical • Television (One-hour) • 75 pages

    Years after losing her family in the Chicago Fire, young Flossie Moore is abandoned a second time by her adoptive parent: a transgendered streetwalking millionaire.

  • Blue Line to Blue Line

    Bryan Kelsey • Drama • Television (One-hour) • 52 pages

    These teenagers play hockey, they party all night, and they deal with the harsh realities of life in a southern town.

  • The Great Gay Hope

    James Berg • Comedy • Television (Half-hour) • 36 pages

    A conservative politician attempts to court his new liberal constituency by turning his previously shunned gay son into the LGBTQ poster boy.

  • Urban Legends

    Ian Fisher • Thriller • Television (One-hour) • 62 pages

    The rule of a merciless crime lord gives rise to legendary criminals who commit acts of deception, theft and violence. While these acts appear unrelated, each legend's story will reveal a piece of an intricate plot to dethrone the all-powerful crime lord.


    David Schechtman • Drama • Television (One-hour) • 59 pages

    STRIPPED (pilot: "Southwestern Scramble") by Matt Wolf & Dave Schechtman When a devoted wife and mother learns that the man responsible for her husband's imprisonment is the owner of a local strip club, she decides to infiltrate the club and pose as a stripper in order to get the evidence she needs to prove her husband's innocence.

  • Hope Gone Rogue

    Anyes Van Volkenburgh • Drama • Television (One-hour) • 69 pages

    In this unique spin on a classic tale of a law abiding citizen gone rogue, a young vet rebels against organized medicine and sets out to pay off her immense school debt by selling drugs under the guise of making house calls for pets. Her heart guides her choices and leads her to become a self appointed vigilante of her profession. Breaking the law catapults her toward her true purpose and mission.

  • Just A Girl

    Emily Wahlund • Comedy • Television (Half-hour) • 33 pages

    A young Korean American woman is caught between what her immigrant parents expect of her, who society assumes she is, and the confident bad-ass she dreams of being.

  • Masters & Demons

    Alexandra Segel • Drama • Television (One-hour) • 62 pages

    When psychologist Dr. Tobias Milian discovers that the man he murdered in a past life has been reborn as a serial killer mastermind seeking vengeance, Tobias must break through the barrier of his own past-life memories in order to turn the tables before this murderer hunts him down.

  • The Summer Girls

    Christopher J. O'Bryant • Action • Television (One-hour) • 64 pages

    Marla and Josie, run their deceased father’s bar in a small coastal town, a front business to conceal his true profession as a mercenary, where they’re considered the shame of the boardwalk. Learning an illegitimate sister was arrested for murder they utilize the skills their father taught them to look into it, but open up a world of past secrets that are finally coming after them.

  • Family First - Pilot

    Rebecca Gibson • Comedy • Television (Half-hour) • 35 pages

    Since colonization, there hasn't been an Indigenous family in the upper-upper-upper middle class neighbourhood of River Heights, but as self-help guru DR. CAROLE ANN HART, her traditional beader husband JOHN, and their kids move in they discover that everyone’s just trying to belong.

  • Roberta Black

    Doreene Hamilton, Linda Hamblin-Denton • Drama • Television (One-hour) • 56 pages

    Fresh out of prison, Roberta Black, a calculating and industrious, former award-winning TV journalist returns to her hometown to reclaim her name and reputation but ends up joining forces with her psychic best friend to solve crimes.

  • Cat and Mouse

    Sam Kench • Western • Television (One-hour) • 60 pages

    The most wanted man in 1842 Oregon Country seeks to drive the bounty on his head as high as possible, meanwhile his estranged son finds it impossible to settle down with his wife and daughter, and a young girl with a slain family devotes herself to becoming a gunslinger.

  • (Dis)Honorable

    Gino DeMarco • Drama • Television (One-hour) • 62 pages

    A talented Marine following in his father’s footsteps discovers a surprising Vietnam legacy, sending him searching through family secrets for answers about his parents, identity and the meaning of heroism; 20 years later a young CIA translator, hell-bent on revenge after 9/11, discovers a connection to those Marines and begins a new chapter of the same search.

  • The Sensualist - A Woman in Black

    Suzanne Griffin • Drama • Television (One-hour) • 69 pages

    In sensual Gilded Age New York, John Billington, a charming, hedonistic stockbroker and patriarch of a wealthy Jewish-Gentile family, must confront his demons and reignite his life’s passion and purpose when intimate betrayals and a rising tide of Antisemitism threaten to destroy the hearts he loves best.

  • State

    Tahmid Ali • Comedy • Television (Half-hour) • 33 pages

    A trio of extremely bored, low-level bureaucrats in the American State Department struggle to balance the demands and drudgery of their jobs, intra-office politics, and the comic absurdity of their daily lives.

  • Destiny's Lane

    Stephanie Neroes • Drama • Television (One-hour) • 63 pages

    As a small neighborhood in Dallas undergoes gentrification, a homeless high school teen is forced from her "home" risking everything she's working towards.

  • Hill

    Christopher Lastrapes • Drama • Television (One-hour) • 56 pages

    100 years after Jeannette Rankin broke the Congressional gender barrier, Jacky Hill becomes the first woman ever elected to House of Representatives from Mississippi and must deal with a divided support staff fighting for different interests and their own careers to avoid destroying her fledgling Washington career.

  • The American Nightmare

    Quinn Parker • Horror • Television (One-hour) • 50 pages

    A disgraced surgeon befriends a man who can control dreams. The real nightmare is being awake.

  • Caledonia

    Daniel Snoddy • Drama • Television (One-hour) • 60 pages

    A Young Woman wounded while serving in Afghanistan relocates to a small Colorado town where Casino Interests and Recreational Marijuana cause headaches for the new Chief of Police.

  • Anti-Fragile

    Stephanie Fawkes • Sci-fi • Television (One-hour) • 60 pages

    Bounty hunters harboring a fugitive, evade capture by the government and rival hunters, while hunting a battalion of genetically modified super soldiers that have gone insane.

  • Athens

    Bryan Kelsey • Other • Television (One-hour) • 56 pages

    Inside the walls of the last city on earth, the people of Athens struggle while the higher-ups thrive. Now the city stands on the brink of eruption as the city's prince is found dead.

  • The Strip

    Tom Toro • Other • Television (One-hour) • 60 pages

    In a heightened world where cartoon characters and humans coexist, a caricature artist working on the Las Vegas Strip struggles to advance her career while repaying a gambling debt to an animated gangster and conducting a taboo romance with a toon.

  • Ten Thousand Islands

    Peter short, Sue Batterton • Drama • Television (One-hour) • 56 pages

    When every adult male in Everglades City, Florida, is arrested for drug smuggling one hot September morning in 1983, the fractured and often feuding McKay women are forced to put aside their differences in order to fill the abrupt power vacuum, provide for their families, and take control of their town – a town now composed almost entirely of women.

  • The Sharp Co.

    Joseph Lee • Drama • Television (One-hour) • 58 pages

    In the violent criminal underbelly of post-war London, an ageing gangster rebuilds his struggling firm for the sake of his disabled daughter’s recovery.

  • L.I.C.E.

    Ken Halloway • Drama • Television (One-hour) • 68 pages

    Banished for life on a desolate Alaskan island and exploited by feuding geopolitical forces, prisoners battle the elements - and each other - for survival.

  • Ashland

    Alexandra Segel • Drama • Television (One-hour) • 58 pages

    One year after a supervolcano eruption plunged Earth into a volcanic winter, an American couple were separated, settling on opposite sides of the globe. One in a dystopian London run by environmental fascists. The other in Alaska, the only remaining US state. Problem is, they don’t know that one another is alive.

  • The Miseducation of Lauren Hillard

    Monique Madrid • Comedy • Television (Half-hour) • 41 pages

    Based on a true story, a confused freshman attending a tiny five-room Christian school starts to question everything she’s known, especially when it comes to sex, as she navigates being a typical teenager while still trying to live a Godly life.

  • CPS: Child Protective Services

    Michele Rodriguez • Drama • Television (One-hour) • 57 pages

    Caseworkers at Child Protective Services navigate tragedies and triumphs while dealing with child abuse and neglect.

  • Jeffery's Nation

    Carla Bester • Drama • Television (One-hour) • 63 pages

    A high school boy on the brink of graduation makes the terrible discovery that he is related to a deceased serial killer. Throws the boy's life upside down. All while an active killer is in town with a special interest in the boy.

  • Jerusalem

    Michael Fine • Historical • Television (One-hour) • 57 pages

    On the eve of the First Jewish-Roman Revolt in 65 AD, a young resourceful wine presser rebels against a corrupt Roman governor.


    James Gulian • Comedy • Television (Half-hour) • 32 pages

    Amy is demoted when Dina runs amok in Glenn's absence. Now she must sabotage Dina's attempts to mold Sandra into her replacement.

  • Cottonwood

    Sarah Sellman • Drama • Television (One-hour) • 60 pages

    Inspired by real events, Cottonwood chronicles the relationships between an alien-obsessed Navajo teenage girl, the ranching son of a sensationalist reporter, and the sheltered and abused daughter of the local veterinarian as they navigate the messy territory of high school and the complicated world of rural Southern Colorado in the late 1960s as a series of animal mutilations plague the town.

  • Boston Marriage: Pilot: Tea is Served

    Leslie Linder • Drama • Television • 68 pages

    In “Boston Marriage” a college-educated socialite in the pre-WWI Boston finds her dream marriage imploding as she becomes embroiled in a romantic relationship with a militant suffragette from England.

  • Devil Will Dance

    Mike Langer • Thriller • Television (One-hour) • 59 pages

    A mentally troubled teen girl bands together with a disfigured teen boy to uncover the horrific truth behind her mother’s suicide.


    Luísa Parnes • Drama • Television (One-hour) • 56 pages

    Helena is a tough young woman who, after her mother's abandonment, must take care of her six year old brother. She lives in a society where barter is the only way to acquire goods, and her life revolves around taking care of herself and brother. After her mother appears, with warnings about the great dangers to come, her brother disappears. Did he go after his mother? Or is there danger lurking in this small town?… See moreSee less

  • Mommy Porn

    Kelli McNeil • Drama • Television (One-hour) • 62 pages

    A single mother in a conservative Florida suburb has a sexual awakening when she decides to moonlight as an erotic novelist to make ends meet from her part-time substitute teaching job. As she tries to conceal her newfound passion from her righteous community, she battles her own narrow views on female sex and empowerment.

  • Rock Bottom

    Josh Sorokach • Comedy • Television (Half-hour) • 33 pages

    A dysfunctional family comedy centering on two disillusioned adults who move back to their hometown and attempt to stave off adulthood by forming a mixed doubles Olympic curling team. Together they vow to bring home the gold. Not for glory, not for honor, but to spite their nemesis.


    Nan Dillon • Sci-fi • Television (One-hour) • 52 pages

    While investigating the death of a mysterious child, a rural Sheriff discovers that all the adults in his small town are clones of a group of children who died in a school bus crash.

  • Heir Apparent

    Yellowlees Douglas • Thriller • Television (One-hour) • 59 pages

    Declared dead for a year, an alcoholic English earl must try to stop the coming carnage of World War I by pretending to be his look-alike half-brother, a German spy, while also battling a wildly unconventional American widow determined to stop him.

  • The Book of Watchers

    Lara Barbier • Fantasy • Television (One-hour) • 50 pages

    When orphan Sky discovers she is a Watcher, descended from Angels, she must find a way to balance teen life and the safety of humankind in her hands.


    jeff mustard • Drama • Television (One-hour) • 73 pages

    'EXILE' is a dramatic episodic thriller best described as a Cuban 'Count of Monte Cristo.' Antonio Cabrera, a boat mechanic in Fidel Castro's Cuban Navy, (circa 1962) who secured his position with the help of Ernest Hemingway, is falsely imprisoned when his naval colleagues lie and conspire against him. After being framed for murder, and spending 13 years in La Cabana Prison, Antonio Escapes to Miami. The year, 1975, Antonio finds himself at the epicenter of the explosive Anti-Castro sentiment that divides the city's politics and culture. Not long after he arrives, he obtains enormous wealth, changes his identity, and like a master puppeteer wields his new-found power to masterfully orchestrate revenge on the four conspirators who destroyed his life. The series is set against the backdrop of Cuban militant extremism that permeated the powder-keg city of Miami from 1975-1980, where car bombings, building, boat and plane explosions, and assassinations are a common occurrence. In the name of freedom, and part of an extraordinary geo-political chess game, these terrifying acts, perpetrated with both the knowledge and cooperation of covert U.S. government operatives, Antonio engineers deliciously devilish plots ensnaring each conspirator in a fascinating web that leads to their undoing, their demise, and ultimately his revenge. Yet, there is still hope for a life fulfilled with the one he's always loved. … See moreSee less

  • Schrodinger's Cat

    Amanda Keener • Drama • Television (One-hour) • 46 pages

    Emma (20s) finds herself literally caught between two worlds when she learns she has the ability to shift between a parallel dimension and her own. She soon discovers that her ability may be the key to saving her world from a mysterious man simply known as the Tall Man.

  • I, Alice

    Duane Piedmont • Drama • Television (One-hour) • 61 pages

    A psychiatrist suffering from multiple personalities uses her gifts to help the NYPD solve cases. But unlike the familiar Jekyll & Hyde manifestation, she is aware of her alters and they of her.

  • The Rest Stop at the End of the Universe

    Sam Suksiri • Comedy • Television (Half-hour) • 35 pages

    In the infinite expanse of space, almost nothing ever happens for the only two employees of a remote intergalactic gas station. But when space pirates attack and leave them to die they must work together to beat the infinitely unlikely odds against them.

  • Shine

    Chelsea O'Connor • Sci-fi • Television (One-hour) • 60 pages

    Emotional women are no longer the punchline of jokes but the saviors of our clean and pollution free world. These elite Energy Makers gain money and fame for their sacrifices, but for Susie - the only living second-generation Energy Maker - it still isn’t enough to forgive the corrupt owners who greedily burn women’s emotions for a hefty profit.

  • The Life - Another Day in The Life

    George Perez • Drama • Television (One-hour) • 64 pages

    A New York City cop, a prosecutor, an advocate and a private investigator all wage a non-stop war against pimps and sex-traffickers, despite the emotional toll it takes on their lives, in an effort to rescue underage victims.

  • Actual Innocence Pilot

    Aidan Largey • Drama • Television (One-hour) • 60 pages

    Wrongfully convicted, a driven jailhouse lawyer manages to free himself and seeks to help others as secrets from his own past return to haunt him.

  • The Guardian

    Cedrick May • Action • Television (One-hour) • 51 pages

    The son of a revered superhero who died in the line of duty sets out to learn more about his father, but quickly finds himself entangled in a dark mystery he could never have imagined.

  • Pre K

    Esme Howard • Comedy • Television (Half-hour) • 32 pages

    Surrounded by all the other parents and their children, the first day of preschool should feel like one of those seminal junctures certifying your official entrance into adulthood....So why does it feel like high school all over again?

  • The Flamingo

    Connor Paolo • Comedy • Television (Half-hour) • 37 pages

    "I could tell you what it's about, but then I'd have to kill you. Actually, never mind, I'll probably wind up killing you anyway. It's about life seen through the eyes of a group of people who can't see anything but themselves. The perspective shifts to a new character in the group every episode, creating a unique personal take for every story." - The Flamingo

  • Pros and Cons

    Andrea Lawson • Drama • Television (One-hour) • 60 pages

    In this quirky female-driven hour-long drama, a hot shot junior manager at a venture capital firm tries to stop a high stakes con, but gets dragged in instead when she discovers the con's computer guy is a member of her estranged grifter family. BILLIONS meets SNEAKY PETE.

  • How to Grieve

    Chelsea Gray • Comedy • Television (Half-hour) • 36 pages

    A comedic look at the grieving process through the perspective of a misguided young woman who seeks financial and emotional security from a slew of unconventional odd jobs.

  • Spacewiched

    Isaac Smith • Comedy • Television (Half-hour) • 32 pages

    After a pop-culture company/sandwich restaurant conglomerate decides to send a crew of barely qualified sandwich maestros to create the first restaurant in space, their ship is blown off course and hurled through a black hole 8000 years into the future.

  • Maximilian Million

    Maisy Clayton • Comedy • Television (Half-hour) • 35 pages

    A ruthless middle school mob boss finally meets his match when good-natured Penny Powers moves into town. But, how can he declare war on her when she's erupted a war inside his little 12-year-old heart?

  • Nations

    Kathleen Cromie • Drama • Television (One-hour) • 60 pages

    Amid personal and professional crises, a roguish U.N. ambassador facing his own mortality struggles to pass a potentially life-saving land mine clearance bill.

  • Single Monster

    Justin Michael Terry, Ryan Marsico • Comedy • Television (Half-hour) • 37 pages

    After a closet monster inadvertently kills a young tomboys foster mom, the creature is assigned to raise the child through her formative years as a form of probation.

  • Ubiquitous - Miracle Cure

    Onil Lad • Sci-fi • Television (One-hour) • 65 pages

    The collective unconscious has come alive, and to grow and evolve it gives humanity miracles that lead to catastrophic consequences across two realities.


    Valerie Anne Brotski • Drama • Television (One-hour) • 59 pages

    A small-town Wisconsin housewife solves a series of bizarre crimes related to a missing heirloom ring with the help of her quilting bee friends, but when she accidentally-on-purpose kills her abusive husband, she must rely on knowledge gleaned from her obsession with true crime TV shows to get away with murder.


    Cameron Barsanti • Drama • Television (One-hour) • 53 pages

    In 1861, the lives of a female Apache warrior and the wife of a US Colonel converge, as they fight for survival, freedom, and equality, among a rising war between their people.

  • Weimar

    Ben Maraniss • Drama • Television (One-hour) • 56 pages

    At the end of WWI, a Jewish family must take control of their father's steel works after his untimely death while trying to remain loyal to an increasingly turbulent Germany.

  • Jubilation

    Meghan Fitzmartin • Drama • Television (One-hour) • 55 pages

    After an unfortunate incident, depressed 16-year-old Amanda Gerhardt's concerned parents move the entire family to Florida, desperately hoping that "the most magical town in the world" will get Amanda's life back on track. But that's not just marketing. The town truly is magic.

  • One Foot In

    Anna Keizer • Drama • Television (One-hour) • 45 pages

    Uprooted to a new home and drafted into a job by his father, mischievous 14-year-old Jack sulks at the idea of having to spend his summer working in a cemetery… Until he realizes that he can see the spirits buried there.

  • Shrouded

    Jason Rhodes • Fantasy • Television (One-hour) • 60 pages

    A teen mysteriously cured of terminal cancer becomes the centerpiece of a brewing war between supernatural beings that are hellbent on procuring a miraculous, prophetic pregnancy growing inside of her.

  • You're Dead Meat, Piplowski

    Alex Drummond • Comedy • Television (Half-hour) • 30 pages

    In order to change their lives, best friends become bounty hunters to capture an FBI's Ten Most Wanted Criminal, who is also the bully from their childhood.

  • Branded

    Christian Lybrook • Thriller • Television (One-hour) • 60 pages

    Rudy Strom, a disgraced ex-state trooper turned cattle cop, is pulled into police detective Isabela Quintana’s murder investigation of a prominent ranching family when their cattle are found skinned alive. The duo’s investigation uncovers ties to The Cord, a secretive, militarized religious sect that shuns the police, banks and hospitals to protect their way of life—and punish those who turn against them.


    Douglas Spaltro • Drama • Television (One-hour) • 55 pages

    A make-shift family hunts down corrupt charismatic leaders bringing justice vigilante style.

  • ExAnima

    Roberto Saieh • Sci-fi • Television (One-hour) • 66 pages

    Project ExAnima is a new technology that allows a murder victim to be briefly brought back from the dead to testify against their killer. When the creator of the project loses her own sister to a religious zealot, she will break the laws of man and God to resurrect her and keep her alive until justice is served, even against the will of her own sister.

  • Grandmaster

    Langston Antosek • Comedy • Television (Half-hour) • 32 pages

    Alcoholic. Degenerate. Prodigy. When deadbeat chess phenom Robb Fischer defeats one of the youngest Grandmasters in history, he is recruited to compete in an elite international chess tournament and must stay coherent enough to advance, while dealing with all that comes with his newfound celebrity status.

  • Yellowstone World

    Tim Walker • Comedy • Television (Half-hour) • 35 pages

    Using real-life incidents at National Parks this fictional story shows us that Yellowstone can carry all the chaos of Jurassic Park after they face crippling budget cuts.

  • Alanna Grimm

    Kari Mote, Alana Grimaldo • Fantasy • Television (One-hour) • 56 pages

    Her birth caused the 1906 San Francisco earthquake. The daughter of a grim reaper and angel, sheltered in a human world, she struggles with her supernatural abilities. In the present, she embraces her reaper role using vigilante justice.


    Kathryn Donahue • Other • Television (One-hour) • 58 pages

    A sprightly Irish girl and her friends prank their way into a dangerous historical scandal that could have repercussions far beyond the walls of their storied private school.


    P.J. Palmer, Eric Enno Tamm • Drama • Television (One-hour) • 60 pages

    This 12-part limited drama series explores the impact of an extraordinarily profound connection between two friends - John Steinbeck, one of America's greatest writers, and Ed Ricketts, a brilliant and charismatic biologist - from their days as impoverished artists to the heights of fame and success, through tragic losses, multiple romances and personal failures, this is the story of a deep bond between two men that challenges our notions of love.

  • The White Mouse: Witch

    Heather Farlinger • Historical • Television (One-hour) • 59 pages

    Number one on the Gestapo’s Most Wanted List, a frivolous prewar socialite turns deadly assassin and secret agent in World War II, ending the war early, but losing everything in the process. She'd do it again in a heartbeat. (Casablanca meets Inglourious Basterds)

  • Spies Girls

    Nir Shelter, Tai Scrivener • Comedy • Television (Half-hour) • 36 pages

    Spies Girls is a sitcom about two of the sassiest spies in the US. In each episode, they chase another bad guy or gal and keep America safe. Armed with their dry wit, ruthless one-liners, and semi-automatics, their days are filled with drugs, alcohol, and threats to national security - Spies Girls is a live-action female version of Archer.

  • Sadie Hawkins

    Dayna Duncan • Comedy • Television (One-hour) • 58 pages

    A cheerful teenager unwraps the mystery of her past, while she and her loved ones untangle a web of self-discovery, growing up, forgiveness, and second chances.

  • The Caregiver

    Kay Anonsen • Drama • Television (One-hour) • 40 pages

    Every family is a story.

  • Harlan's Quest

    Nancy Meyer • Drama • Television (One-hour) • 59 pages

    An Upper East Side Manhattan teen sets out to find for her beloved older brother who mysteriously disappeared 3 years earlier, but must first overcome her own personal albatross -- navigating high school with a debilitating mental illness.

  • Scorched Earth

    Zach Heltzel • Comedy • Television (Half-hour) • 36 pages

    In the wake of the 2016 election, a Democratic Party field organizer embarks on a quest to win a safe Republican congressional seat by any means necessary.

  • The Lobbyist

    Brent Lewis • Drama • Television (One-hour) • 59 pages

    The adopted black daughter of a white DC Senator, struggles to find her own identity as she enters the tumultuous world of politics, law and lobbying on Capitol Hill.

  • Space Cadets

    James Caffery • Comedy • Television (Half-hour) • 37 pages

    A lovably inept & clueless ragtag class-of-cadets form an unlikely crew in order to save earth from a bunch of assholes in deep space and in the process, become a tight-knit dysfunctional family.


    Vivian Kerr • Drama • Television (One-hour) • 64 pages

    In 1848, young Irish immigrant HONORA SHEA arrives in Manhattan and struggles to build a life for herself, while becoming increasingly embroiled in a war between two female gang-leaders.

  • The Settlers

    Keith Turner, Daniel Painter • Adventure • Television (One-hour) • 56 pages

    When six strangers become stranded in the remote town of Ragged Rock, they are forced to team up with the hostile locals who are desperate to escape a controlling, evil, supernatural power that is hell-bent on turning them all into part of the town's dark history...forever.

  • That Untitled Half-Hour Comedy Pilot with a One-Armed Dentist and Full-Frontal Male Nudity

    Paige Feldman • Comedy • Television (Half-hour) • 38 pages

    Claire is a successful novelist who has gone a little cuckoo after discovering her ex-boyfriend is engaged. Mona, her best friend, is a lucky-ish in love journalist who is at risk of getting fired unless she can find a good story. Claire flying off the handle might be just the thing Mona needs…

  • New World Order

    Molly Vogel • Sci-fi • Television (One-hour) • 54 pages

    Twenty years after a plague wipes out all men on earth, womankind races to save themselves from extinction, uncovering a dark conspiracy in the process.

  • The Frequency

    Amy Quick Parrish • Sci-fi • Television (One-hour) • 57 pages

    After a monster storm annihilates her family farm, 18-year-old Emily Beckett links up with an enigmatic computer genius who warns of a tyrannical government conspiracy, already in progress.

  • There's No Place Like OM

    Monique Reymond • Comedy • Television (Half-hour) • 36 pages

    As she makes yet another in a series of failed attempts at cleaning up her act in order to regain custody of her daughter, a recovering addict finds new purpose as a yoga teacher in Los Angeles… and then inadvertently becomes a spiritual guru.

  • The Battle of Marble Hill

    Andrea Lawson • Comedy • Television (Half-hour) • 35 pages

    A quirky female-led half-hour single cam with heart about the family of a man who lost the 1986 National Marble Championship, and is still chasing (and losing) glory in every contest he can find.


    Spencer Baugher • Comedy • Television (Half-hour) • 38 pages

    A disgraced ex-Premiership football star is forced to become the team chaplain for a struggling club in order to fulfill his community sentence.

  • The Rothenburg Girls

    Jan Wilson • Drama • Television (One-hour) • 64 pages

    The true story of a Berlin madam who is blackmailed by Hitler’s top henchmen to train her prostitutes as spies to spy on the top visiting dignitaries before WWII begins.

  • Schleicher (WT) - Episode1: Caesarean

    Falco Jagau • Historical • Television (One-hour) • 70 pages

    Like no other historical figure, General Kurt von Schleicher took influence in the fate of pre-Nazi Germany. In an entertaining and exciting way, the series gives us a deep insight into the back rooms of politics of the Weimar Republik – an intriguing perspective never seen before.

  • The Funny Side of Homicide

    Rob Putnam • Comedy • Television (Half-hour) • 34 pages

    There’s nothing funny about homicide. Unless, perhaps, you’re the detective investigating it.

  • 52 Weeks

    Hafizah Abdul Wahid • Comedy • Television (Half-hour) • 31 pages

    What would you do, if you’re a single, Muslim woman, and on your 34th birthday you realise that you might die alone? Try to get a baby, of course.

  • Invading Vienna

    Paul Gross • Drama • Television (One-hour) • 63 pages

    Over this five-part TV Miniseries, an emperor and a composer start on paths that will take them to a peace congress where one of them will be condemned and the other applauded, a chance meeting of two women in their lives forces one into political activism as a nun and the other into a contrived marriage, and a wily cardinal saves his priests from execution only to find that being Pope is hazardous when an emperor becomes your enemy.

  • Kingdom of Children

    Kristen Bjorge • Drama • Television (One-hour) • 65 pages

    An 11-year-old girl being raised in a homeschooled Evangelical Christian family comes of age during a movement responsible for some of the most powerful conservative leaders of our time, something her 31-year-old self works to reverse as a liberal attorney in present-day Washington DC.

  • Hustlers Anonymous

    Peter Gazdag • Comedy • Television (Half-hour) • 37 pages

    Ambitious young people in LA from across the social spectrum teaming up to work on mutual projects, take advantage of each other or successfully collaborate, and learn to work the filmmaking and startup scenes for better or for worse.

  • Diamond Alice - The Hoister's Code

    Emily Isaacs • Drama • Television (One-hour) • 65 pages

    Based on a true story. Three young, destitute friends take over London's first all-female gang, The Forty Elephants, and brutally take on the Metropolitan Police and other gangs to make the Forties a roaring success across the nation.


    Brian Cohen • Other • Television (One-hour) • 63 pages

    Byron seeks a career transition and naively chases a dream of working in Film & Television, only to get stuck in an internship.

  • Arcanum Episode 1: Providence

    James Nicholson • Fantasy • Television (One-hour) • 56 pages

    A covert agency exists to hunt down magic and its users in order to protect the world from its reality-warping effects. While hunting down a witch he failed to eliminate, a rookie field agent begins to grapple with the morality of his actions, while the runaway witch, a former journalist, struggles to survive and deal with the costs of her newfound powers.

  • Gothic Revival

    K.L. Shaw • Drama • Television (Half-hour) • 31 pages

    A French-American scientist suffering from vampirism agrees to marry a nurse at risk of deportation, but he quickly reconsiders their agreement when his outgoing bride-to-be thrusts her way into his home and his life.


    David Mandell • Comedy • Television (Half-hour) • 36 pages

    After losing his husband and job on the same day, KYLE is introduced to drag by an eighteen your old Hispanic lesbian and takes this new identity to become a drag vigilante hero.

  • Other Earth - Pilot

    Corey Deshon • Sci-fi • Television (One-hour) • 64 pages

    Nearly 400 years in the future after the longest peaceful period in human history, a military occupation of an inhabitable parallel dimension has set off a chain of events that will set humanity back on a collision course for war. Only an unprecedented discovery by a small town police detective holds the secret to the survival of mankind.

  • Levee

    Jeffrey Storms • Drama • Television (One-hour) • 65 pages

    Madams, cops, gangsters, and politicians fight for power and survival in 1900 Chicago’s world famous red light district.


    Rebecca Benzell • Sci-fi • Television

    A misfit radio crew set out across America to report on the sudden plague of sci-fi phenomena sweeping the country. Constantly on the run from censorship in their quest to distinguish fact from fiction, their maverick investigating style makes them as many enemies as it does fans.

  • Art of Happiness

    Laurie Guzda • Comedy • Television (One-hour) • 70 pages

    Arthur Face, aging actor and former pop idol has lived a charmed life. But after being scammed out of all his money, all he has left is a small boarding house in the quaint town of Happiness, PA – in the Pocono Mountains. He and his three best friends of nearly 50 years decide to open an Inn. Art of Happiness is about communal living, organic farming and legal marijuana.

  • Donna's Inferno

    Jay Adams • Horror • Television (Half-hour) • 32 pages

    A blowhard college student fights to save her family and humanity after her town literally sinks into the earth directly above the gate to hell.

  • Popular Adjacent

    Allyson Barkan • Comedy • Television (Half-hour) • 32 pages

    It's 1999, and Tara Abrams just started 7th grade. This is the year she's going to be popular, make her crush notice her, and spend her weekends at Bar and Bat Mitzvahs galore. Unfortunately, her own Bat Mitzvah may be at risk of causing social suicide. Tara has eight months to climb the social ladder and ensure she not only becomes a woman, but a popular one at that.

  • Honest To God

    Alyssa Lerner • Comedy • Television (Half-hour) • 35 pages

    In 2002 Spring Valley, Nevada, five people in a Christian gay conversion therapy group try to pray the gay away in order to get their friends, families, and lives back to normal.

  • Cogged

    Hunter Davis • Drama • Television (One-hour) • 62 pages

    A savvy Hollywood producer, a Canadian entrepreneur, and a charismatic Black activist become embroiled in a phony American revolution, only to see the fake protest movement go viral and their lives spiral out of control.

  • Damage Control

    Stephen Hoover • Comedy • Television (Half-hour) • 29 pages

    A diverse team of P.R. Specialists, led by type A+ personality Manager, take on stories from tomorrow headlines and do DAMAGE CONTROL. The spin is in.

  • The Switch

    Thomas Clary • Thriller • Television (One-hour) • 64 pages

    After an unexplained global event, where everyone on Earth has switched bodies, an FBI agent must recapture every serial killer he’s ever put in jail after they’ve “escaped” into other people. They look nothing like they did before; they have different DNA and fingerprints… But one thing hasn’t changed — their desire to kill.

  • What Darkness Brings

    Ross Denyer • Drama • Television (One-hour) • 56 pages

    In 1944 Occupied France, a local farmer and a German officer must form a tenuous alliance to protect their families from Nazi forces, French resistance, and a malevolent creature that stalks both sides.

  • Nothing They Can Take

    Kelsey Pfeifer • Drama • Television (One-hour) • 65 pages

    In a small Wisconsin town where minor league hockey is a religion, an unexpected bombing drives players and fans alike to make drastic decisions in the process of their recovery.

  • White Rabbit

    Robin Jennings • Thriller • Television (One-hour) • 50 pages

    When new evidence emerges that could overturn the conviction of the serial killer she put away, a troubled detective grapples with intensifying personal demons as she reexamines the case that pushed her to the brink of her own sanity.

  • Degenerate

    Katie Anderson • Comedy • Television (Half-hour) • 35 pages

    A passionate private school kindergarten teacher struggles to keep her debauched personal life from interfering with her work.

  • Special

    Jay Cundiff, Kyle Jorgensen • Comedy • Television (Half-hour) • 40 pages

    A group of adolescent special needs students must sell the most magazine subscriptions for a fundraiser in order to win a bet against bullies and enjoy a pizza party with the local weatherman.

  • Junior Detective Squad

    Jeremy Brothers • Comedy • Television (Half-hour) • 35 pages

    After waking up from a decades-long coma, a former boy detective struggles with reconnecting with his childhood friends who have all grown up.

  • James Luber's Animal Studio

    Jerry Landry • Comedy • Television (Half-hour) • 35 pages

    A brilliant animal photographer almost loses his life to a tiger, and in protecting himself draws the ire of the public -- meanwhile his marriage is falling apart and a corporation is out to ruin him.

  • Salvage

    Justin Rettke • Sci-fi • Television (One-hour) • 59 pages

    The crew of salvage vessel Sun Dancer risk life and limb to rescue other spacecraft in distress.

  • Noise

    Matt Ackels • Drama • Television (One-hour) • 65 pages

    Boston’s emerging punk scene in the early 80s was ruled by two masters: sound and fury. And so is eighteen-year-old Eddie Seaver.

  • Indebted

    Lisa Franek • Comedy • Television (Half-hour) • 34 pages

    After the death of her grandmother, single mom Josie Diaz has to figure out how to make ends meet without giving up her dreams of finishing college.

  • The Queen Of Caspary

    Laura O. Solow • Drama • Television (One-hour) • 66 pages

    A neo-noir that follows femme fatale Lee Caspary as she sets out to stop the egomaniacal drug lord who threatens to destroy the New England Island she loves and calls home.

  • End of Life "Pilot"

    Sean Collins-Smith • Drama • Television (One-hour) • 53 pages

    Frank, a Marine and Iraq War vet, runs an elaborate and decidedly illegal operation: helping stage murders for the suicidal. Their life insurance doesn't get voided, his team gets a cut, everyone goes home happy. What could possibly go wrong?