WeScreenplay TV Contest (2016) >> Results


  • The Crazy Girls Club

    megan metzger • Drama • Television (One-hour) • 58 pages


    Chase Kroll • Television (One-hour) • 63 pages

  • Set-Up Men

    Josh Bradley • Television (Half-hour) • 36 pages

  • Metro Girl

    Jennifer Jackson • Comedy • Television (One-hour) • 56 pages

  • 48 States of Granddad

    Paul Jury • Comedy • Television (Half-hour) • 31 pages

  • Buscón

    Jeffrey Storms • Drama • Television (One-hour) • 61 pages

    In the Dominican Republic, a ruthless sports agent uses money, manipulation, and muscle to traffic in the hottest young baseball stars.

  • New City News

    Eric Lee • Comedy • Television (Half-hour) • 32 pages

  • Wake Up Call

    ALAN PORTER • Comedy • Television (Half-hour) • 38 pages



    Jacqueline Frazier • Television • 58 pages


    Freddy Boutros • Drama • Television • 51 pages

    Fifty young strangers wake up onboard a spaceship and discover that the earth and all their loved ones have perished. Now they must learn to work together and seek out a new home for humanity.

  • Salt and Her Skin

    Michael Easton • Drama • Television (One-hour) • 66 pages

  • Isaac Newton Gifted

    Bo Price • Drama • Television (Half-hour) • 36 pages


    Matthew Sidney Long & Christopher Virnig • Thriller • Television (One-hour) • 56 pages

  • Nick The Hat

    Michael Perri • Drama • Television • 69 pages

    Based on a true story: A law-abiding blue-collar family man loses faith in the system and slowly loses his mind while rising in the ranks of the underworld.


    A J Bermudez • Drama • Television (One-hour) • 60 pages

  • The Factory

    Jon Davis • Drama • Television (One-hour) • 61 pages

    During the golden age of Hollywood, an aspiring actress is assigned to look after the teenage daughter of Louis B. Mayer and quickly discovers the dark side of the dream factory.


    Travis Opgenorth • Drama • Television (One-hour) • 54 pages

    Before Jesus of Nazareth became the Messiah, other zealots waged war against their Roman occupiers and Jewish countrymen. In the midst of this bloody holy war, Christianity came into being... Kingdom of God is its origin story. (Game of Thrones meets The Bible)

  • The Relief

    Ross Denyer • Sci-fi • Television (One-hour) • 55 pages

    A man with the ability to relive and alter others' memories must contend with his white-collar criminal employer, a police investigation, and questions surrounding his own recollection of a childhood trauma.

  • Privileged

    Sam Greisman • Comedy • Television (Half-hour) • 39 pages

  • The Body Electric

    Amy Thorstenson • Sci-fi • Television (One-hour) • 64 pages

  • The Recovery

    Angela Berliner • Drama • Television (One-hour) • 66 pages

    The Recovery is a serialized drama about a troubled single father Jack Lee whose daughter was kidnapped 7 years ago. When his daughter Adele mysteriously returns home, Jack must face his issues, including an addiction to strippers and deviant sex, in order to care for his mentally unstable daughter as she works with the police in catching her kidnapper.

  • Rock N' Horse

    Debi Calabro • Other • Television (Half-hour) • 36 pages

    A gifted rock musician with severe stage-fright tries to help a capable racehorse with the same phobia hoping it will relief both of them of their fear so they can become the man/horse they are meant to be.

  • Matryoshka

    Angela Berliner • Drama • Television (One-hour) • 63 pages

    Three timelines tell the story of a brilliant secret agent as a child, a teenager, and an adult as she seeks revenge against the criminal mastermind who abducted and raised her like a daughter. A decades-long story of retribution and recovery—the Count of Monte Cristo in the world of spies, cops, and criminals.


    Nate Geez • Television (One-hour) • 60 pages

  • Mr. Fix It

    Eric Lee • Comedy • Television (Half-hour) • 33 pages

  • Mount Pleasant

    Christopher Colpitts • Drama • Television (One-hour) • 60 pages

    A bright teen in rural, late 1950’s America, aspires to become someone before he winds up like his good-for-nothing brothers and his corrupt, working-class father.


    Charlie Newcombe • Drama • Television (One-hour) • 55 pages


  • Post Revolution Blues

    Dave Ratzlow • Drama • Television (One-hour) • 60 pages

  • Swing, You Sinners

    Caroline Klimczuk • Drama • Television • 60 pages

  • Gringos! (Part One: "Call To Arms")

    Rogers Turrentine • Drama • Television (One-hour) • 60 pages

  • Triple Agent

    Steve Morris • Thriller • Television (One-hour) • 54 pages

  • Station 96

    Katherine Hudgens • Sci-fi • Television (One-hour) • 65 pages

  • Farc

    Shane McCabe • Thriller • Television (One-hour) • 50 pages

  • Ringers

    Michael Aloyan • Sci-fi • Television (One-hour) • 62 pages

  • Big Boat Beau

    James Woods • Comedy • Television (Half-hour) • 35 pages

  • Victory Lane

    Carol A Sabik-Jaffe • Drama • Television (One-hour) • 58 pages

  • I Hate My Job

    Deron Sedy • Comedy • Television (Half-hour) • 38 pages

  • Cupids

    Diana Djurcinovska • Television (Half-hour) • 22 pages

    In a city of 9 million people, 3 disgruntled cupid’s try to find joy again in their work of finding love for others. It isn’t easy as they hate people and life in general.

  • Comic Book Heroes

    Ron Brassfield • Drama • Television (One-hour) • 47 pages

  • The Trade

    Gabe Jewell • Drama • Television (One-hour) • 57 pages

  • Grave Matters

    Gus Avila • Drama • Television (One-hour) • 58 pages

    Broke and recently widowed, a former adult film actress lands a job at a mortuary, where she uncovers that its employees may be linked to her husband’s disappearance.


    Katie Hennicke • Drama • Television (One-hour) • 57 pages

  • -QUEENS-

    Raul Martin • Television (Half-hour) • 31 pages

    A half-hour dramedy that follows the defeats and triumphs of five unique drag performers whose lives are changed in unexpected ways after one of the queens is found dead at their cabaret club.

  • Deli Takeout (Pilot Episode of Brooklyn Deli)

    Jim Norman • Comedy • Television (Half-hour) • 27 pages

  • Honest Abe

    Rich Logis • Drama • Television (Half-hour) • 43 pages

  • Remember Me

    Lagueria Davis • Sci-fi • Television (One-hour) • 61 pages


    Natasha M. Hall • Television (One-hour) • 64 pages

    A damaged ex-forensic psychiatrist and a connection-phobic novice must work together to determine their clients' true intentions while battling their own demons.

  • The Hard Rock

    Kate Maracle • Comedy • Television (Half-hour) • 42 pages

  • Earth Now

    Wendy Jane Henson • Drama • Television (One-hour) • 54 pages


    Chase Kroll • Sci-fi • Television (One-hour) • 61 pages


  • Anora

    Eric Williford • Horror • Television (One-hour) • 60 pages

  • Barnegat Bay

    Bob Slusarczyk • Television (Half-hour) • 32 pages


    Jeff York • Adventure • Television (One-hour) • 56 pages

    What if the world’s most famous unsolved crimes had been investigated at the time by criminals who truly knew what to look for in profiling one of their own? Perhaps those crimes would have been solved. Welcome to “The Scoundrels Club.” It’s a “What if?” mystery where in order to solve the world’s most notorious felonies, it will take a thief to catch the thief.

  • The Godson

    Gary Koeppel • Drama • Web Series • 60 pages


    Nigel Grant • Adventure • Television (One-hour) • 62 pages

  • Guilty Truth TV Pilot (One-Two-Three)

    Lynn Kear • Television (One-hour) • 54 pages

  • Patient

    M. Rowan Meyer • Comedy • Television • 26 pages

  • Bog Walk

    Dominique A. Holmes • Drama • Television (One-hour) • 58 pages

  • The Soul Collector

    Holli Castillo • Drama • Television (One-hour) • 49 pages

  • 147

    David Baugnon • Television • 54 pages

  • Sexy Beasts

    Ron Brassfield • Drama • Television (One-hour) • 59 pages

  • Greek Surf

    Jeanmarie Fenrich • Drama • Television (One-hour) • 47 pages

    Brilliant, beautiful and iconoclastic twenty-eight year-old philosophy professor Cali Shaw reluctantly returns to the raw Santa Cruz surf community in which she grew up, as a favor to her dying mentor, Professor Wilhelmina Mills, and is forced to confront the wreckage of her relationships with her childhood true love (a one-time surfing champion now struggling to stabilize his life after years of addiction) and her mother (a trailblazing community activist with misplaced resentment toward Cali). Cali's expertise is stoicism, and the lessons she teaches her undergraduates inform her efforts to reconcile her past, while simultaneously pulling her into an FBI effort to solve a global financial crime spree that appears to be targeting Professor Mills and Cali.

  • The Second Oldest Profession

    Jim Bernfield • Comedy • Television (Half-hour) • 35 pages

  • The Pure

    Jessi Seguin • Sci-fi • Television (One-hour) • 56 pages

  • Soldiers Of God (No Writer's Name) AWARD WINNING SCRIPT

    Guy Quigley • Feature • 105 pages

  • Sammy Strong

    Hannah Shepard • Comedy • Television (Half-hour) • 31 pages

  • Boss Girl

    Stephen M. Hunt • Television (One-hour) • 55 pages

  • Pocono Heaven Lodge

    T Gordon Stanley • Drama • Television (One-hour) • 65 pages

    In 1929, a financially inept lodge owner launches a scheme - a pre-season Spring Fling for eccentric clients - to balance the books only to be challenged by a hostile wealthy client, an undercover FBI agent, his own addiction and a mysterious death.


    B.R. Stanley • Other • Television (Half-hour) • 60 pages


    Charles Laulette • Television (One-hour) • 64 pages

  • Daddy's Little Girl

    Lori Johnson • Comedy • Television (Half-hour) • 24 pages

  • 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.

  • Tough House

    Nir Shelter • Comedy • Television • 29 pages

  • Uprising

    Kenneth Fultz Jr. • Animated • Television (Half-hour) • 33 pages

    Two princes embark on an adventure to see the country they are born to rule, becoming beast slaying heroes along the way.


    Melanie Schiele • Drama • Television (One-hour) • 62 pages

    OFFSPRING is a neo-noir YA drama series that is "My So-Called Life" meets "The Professional". Upon the looming arrival of her sixteenth birthday, Kayla Winter must decide between following in the footsteps of her father- a professional assassin- or abandoning him forever. Her mentally unstable mother committed suicide when Kayla was just six years old and the only person she has ever been able to rely on until this critical juncture in her life has been her father Terry. However, that’s about to change as an unbelievable twist of fate and betrayal shatters Kayla’s world, positioning her father as an unlikely antagonist in a mystery only she can solve, all while trying to be a normal teenager and navigate the social anxieties and upheavals of high school.

  • Coldwater

    Craig Berger • Drama • Television (One-hour) • 68 pages

    A wrongly accused Polish craftsman sent to the Coldwater work camp during World War II must navigate the politics of both the guards and his fellow prisoners in order to survive, escape, and rescue his wife and daughter from Auschwitz.


    Edward Klau • Thriller • Television (One-hour) • 63 pages

  • Love Sucks

    Gregory Altman • Comedy • Television (Half-hour) • 30 pages

  • Teen Zombie Show

    DAVID SANTO • Television • 35 pages

  • Mello Drama

    Liz Hersey • Drama • Television (One-hour) • 63 pages

  • How to Catch A Time Traveler

    Graham Parke • Drama • Feature • 102 pages

    In 2009 Stephen Hawking proved time travel was impossible. He did this by holding a time traveler's convention and sending out the invitations after the fact. This way only time travelers could attend. No one showed up. If time travelers just needed a forum to prove their abilities, this experiment might have worked, but how do you catch a time traveler who doesn't want to get caught? Pilot Logline: Years after Rick's mother and sister mysteriously vanish, he creates special facial recognition software that shows a girl, who doesn't seem to age, popping up in the background of his childhood photos. But when this software gets him arrested on hacking charges, he is recruited by a shadowy organization to help capture the first ever time traveler. The girl who springs his traps, however, looks all too familiar.

  • Roadshow

    Dane McCauley • Comedy • Television (Half-hour) • 28 pages

    What is the price of laughter? "Roadshow" is a mockumentary about the backstage lives of the actors, writers, producers and crew who daily almost tank the TV serial sit-com, “Roadshow”, about a C-rated bar band stumbling across the D-rated USA. (And, somewhere along the way, TV's centuries old secret magical occult stranglehold on humanity will finally be uncovered.)

  • Game Life

    Odin Ozdil • Drama • Television (Half-hour) • 33 pages

    An eccentric video game designer must keep his extreme sense of play in check as he navigates the rapidly changing world of the video game industry. In the pilot, he must assemble his new team.

  • The Destiny Project - Dromes

    Don Linke • Television (One-hour) • 57 pages

  • Tipping Point

    ALAN PORTER • Sci-fi • Television (One-hour) • 66 pages

    A team of Special Forces soldiers lead by a damaged but determined FBI agent track an ancient body-inhabiting demon hell-bent on destroying mankind.

  • LEAP

    Chase Kroll • Drama • Television (One-hour) • 62 pages

  • Girl In Trouble

    Alan Porter • Action • Television (One-hour) • 63 pages

    When her younger sister is kidnapped by ruthless sex-traffickers a female special forces candidate goes AWOL to find her.

  • Network It

    Jennifer McAuliffe • Comedy • Television (Half-hour) • 32 pages

  • The Auteur

    Aran Singh • Comedy • Television (Half-hour) • 36 pages

  • Queen of ISIS

    Michael Rights • Action • Television (One-hour) • 57 pages