Top Television (One-hour)

Top Rated Thriller Television (One-hour) Screenplays This Month

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    Living Memory
    Charlotte Cameron | Thriller | Television (One-hour) | 56 pages
    A psychotherapist specialised in treating victims of PTSD turns memory detective when she suffers a vicious and mysterious attack she cannot remember, and encounters a patient whose trauma resembles her own.
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    Stephen Woodworth | Thriller | Television (One-hour) | 53 pages | View Writer Profile
    In a world where the dead can testify against the living, someone is getting away with murder. Natalie Lindstrom is a Violet, one of the rare, genetically gifted individuals with violet eyes and the accompanying ability to channel the dead. She aids murder investigations by summoning victims to bear witness against those who slew them. But now a masked murderer is stalking the Violets themselves, and Natalie must team with FBI profiler Dan Atwater to find the killer before she, too, becomes his prey.
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    Edward Klau | Thriller | Television (One-hour) | 63 pages | View Writer Profile
    If you need someone dead then call The Service, an organization that meticulously plans your murder down to the smallest detail and assigns it to an unconnected stranger. The only problem is their ugly price: you must kill that same stranger’s victim and their terms are fatally non-negotiable.
  • 462


    The Collapse
    Brooks Roscoe | Thriller | Television (One-hour) | 55 pages
    The near, near future: The last ethical hi-tech "unicorn" ends up, through no fault of their own, becoming the baddest of the baddest.
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    The Authenticator
    Lawrence Rothfield | Thriller | Television (One-hour) | 65 pages | View Writer Profile
    Homeland meets Indiana Jones.
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    A Small Town Murder Mystery
    Joshua Henaman | Thriller | Television (One-hour) | 59 pages | View Writer Profile
    Journalism student, Carly Hamit, just accepted a ride-along to be "Sheriff for a Day" in Storyville, Iowa, where not everything is as it seems. When a series of murders leaves nothing but mystery in its wake, the townsfolk refuse to let their "acting sheriff" leave. She must solve the murders as they happen one after another, after another, after another... weekly. It's Groundhog Day meets Murder She Wrote by way of Twin Peaks. Carly is stuck in a Small Town Murder-Mystery.
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    On The Verge
    Yair Karlberger | Thriller | Television (One-hour) | 63 pages | View Writer Profile
    A twisted cat and mouse game erupts when a delusional detective and a deranged murderer take on the same psychiatrist, tangling her deeper into a web of lies that exposes her own dark past.
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    Kingdom Come
    Dane McCauley | Thriller | Television (One-hour) | 65 pages
    In the present day, a talented, troubled young man is recruited into a secret breakaway civilization, The Kingdom, with its own alt culture, wealth, and science -- and the rest of us 99.99% in its way. When the young man is betrayed, he must go on the run to find the awful true agenda of humanity's enslavement by the Kingdom. The series combines paranoid conspiracy thriller with YA love story told with a sometimes dark satirical take on pop culture paranoia and a bigger-than life feel that doesn't take itself too seriously.
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    The Protégé
    Kennedy Sabelko | Thriller | Television (One-hour) | 57 pages
    Can an esteemed Psychology Professor use her expertise to help authorities find the killer of her clients, or will evidence reveal she is the killer?
  • 87


    Last Meal
    Jonathan Yates | Thriller | Television (One-hour) | 45 pages | View Writer Profile
    Host of hit television series that snares pedophiles is a serial killer who makes it personal with select "guests" to avenge his missing sister. Selling LAST MEAL: "Taken" meets "To Catch a Predator" meets "Dexter."
  • 86


    L A Evert | Thriller | Television (One-hour) | 42 pages
    'Breach' is neo-noir story set in a future Los Angeles, it follows two LAPD detectives as they investigate a string of murders related to an illegal virtual world and the leader of an underground uprising.

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