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A comprehensive list of our Launch Pad Television Alumni and their pilot scripts. Agents take note! These writers are currently only represented by managers, so get them while they’re hot!

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ANOTHER/WORLD

Logline: Set in the cutthroat world of 1970′s daytime TV, an aging superstar must battle against a network’s attempt to oust her from a popular television show she starred in for twenty years.
Writer: Tony Lippera
Genre:
Representation: Signed with Chemical Imbalance – Matt Bass
Why you
should read:
An incredibly strong pilot that dangles talent and awards bait. Great writing that just lets the drama bleed off the page. Has all of the makings of a great cable, pay cable series ready to fill the hole that will be left once Mad Men is retired. Serialized, glamorous, and addictive. MAD MEN meets NASHVILLE.
Read it: CLICK HERE TO REQUEST THE SCREENPLAY

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BLOOD TIES

Logline: The story of two men, one the favored son of a Chicago Crime Family and the other a second generation Chicago police officer, whose lives get thrown into chaos when they discover they were intentionally switched at birth.  As both men discover where their true blood ties lie, they must decide which side of the law their loyalties will lie.
Writer: Tristan Thai
Genre:
Representation: Signed with Jon Kanak Management – Jon Kanak
Why you
should read:
Exceptionally written story and characters grounded in a network friendly procedural that has years of potential storytelling packed into it. This is the kind of series a network will build a night around for the next decade. An equally tense, dramatic and action-packed series built for massive audience appeal. THE SHIELD meets THE DEPARTED.
Read it: CLICK HERE TO REQUEST THE SCREENPLAY

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BUSCONE

Logline: A twist on cartel wars. Brings us into an original, unexplored world of “Buscones” or “street agents” that run like the mafia; but their “product/traffic” are young boys grooming them to be baseball major leaguers.
Writer: Jeff Storms
Genre:
Representation: Signed with Jon Kanak Management – Jon Kanak
Why you
should read:
Imagine Jerry Maguire working for the Sopranos. And that’s just one of our characters. Smart, soapy, love triangles, drama, baseball, all under the radar of the law, and all centered on the pursuit of the American dream. Want relatable? Check out Dodgers player “Yasiel Puig’s story, and what he had to go through to become one of todays hottest baseball players in the world.
RAY DONOVAN meets BANSHEE.
Read it: CLICK HERE TO REQUEST THE SCREENPLAY

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GARRET GOES TO WASHINGTON

Logline: When a rich, privileged teenager is kicked out of his eighth boarding school, he’s sent to live with his blue collar relatives in Tacoma, Washington.
Writer: Ted Sperling
Genre: | Coming-of-age
Representation: Signed with Energy Entertainment – Angelina Chen
Why you
should read:
Network ready series with incredible casting potential and a fun, familiar and relatable theme. The pitch of this series being “The Fresh Prince of Bel Air” in reverse really does all the selling this one needs. What kind of person doesn’t want to read that?
THE FRESH PRINCE OF BEL-AIR but in reverse.
Read it: CLICK HERE TO REQUEST THE SCREENPLAY

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LEMONS

Logline: A sweet, innocent and neurotic nurse sets out to make even the worst situations in her small town better, starting with the scathing Yelp review one of the inmates wrote about her care in the local municipal prison.
Writer: Gini Adhikari & Kay Marvin
Genre:
Representation: Signed with MXN Entertainment – Michelle Knudsen
Why you
should read:
Delightful, funny and quirky. Exceptionally well written characters existing in an anywheresville world that is equally relatable and alien at the same time. Imagine if Fargo and Little Miss Sunshine had a baby. Endless potential for where these characters could go.
MINE NAME IS EARL meets ORANGE IS THE NEW BLACK.
Read it: CLICK HERE TO REQUEST THE SCREENPLAY

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PARADISE CITY

Logline: Disparate perspectives on early 1980′s sensationalism and the new War on Drugs are seen through a Sunset Strip coke dealer versus the Detective who controls him.
Writer: Sean Costello
Genre:
Representation: Signed with Energy Entertainment – Brooklyn Weaver
Why you
should read:
From the opening page to last word, this pilot grabs you and never lets go. You’re part of every single moment, and those moments are 50% Wolf of Wall Street, 50% Entourage, and 100% a ride you never want to end. Balancing drug use, parties, sex and the wild west of the 80s in Los Angeles, this is a series that was built to headline a Sunday night pay cabler’s next five years. THE SOPRANOS meets ENTOURAGE.
Read it: CLICK HERE TO REQUEST THE SCREENPLAY

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PARADOX

Logline: Unbeknownst to society at large, the FBI has been preventing large scale attacks on American interests through the use of a covert, time traveling ‘jumper’ unit led by Agent Caden Hardwick. But, when sabotage puts Caden and his team at risk, his wife Sarah must use the technology to avert a disaster and find out how deep the ‘jumpers’ have been infiltrated.
Writer: Dylan Brod
Genre:
Representation: Signed with Energy Entertainment – Brooklyn Weaver
Why you
should read:
Incredibly smart, incredibly well written, and brimming with strong characters. This series will do for procedurals what “The Black List” just did a season ago – bring back younger viewers. With a strong female lead, and a mix of government agencies and personal dramas layered on top of some of the smartest sci-fi we’ve seen in ages, this series has all the makings of a hit on network and cable alike! ALIAS meets QUANTUM LEAP.
Read it: CLICK HERE TO REQUEST THE SCREENPLAY

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PROSPECT

Logline: After a massive mineral-rich asteroid crashes down in Africa and sparks a second gold rush, a fraying family movies to the African crash site in the hopes of starting a new life. But how long will they survive amidst the corporations, militaries and the daily battles for power in what has become the most valuable real estate on earth.
Writer: Max Perry
Genre:
Representation: Signed with Madhouse Entertainment – Adam KolbrennerChris Cook
Why you
should read:
A big event series that focuses on how far a family must go to survive amongst the different factions of an uncertain new world. Smartly written and layered with mystery, action, and geopolitics on top of an incredibly unique setting and the relatable theme of a family struggling to stay together. Intelligent and grounded sci-fi. The kind of series a network or cable company will build a night around. DEADWOOD meets REVOLUTION.
Read it: CLICK HERE TO REQUEST THE SCREENPLAY

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SHINING CITY

Logline: A devoted husband and father discovers that his , his family, and his entire life are false memory implants and that he is, in fact, a former operative holding a dangerous secret living in a giant prison masquerading as a city.
Writer: Douglas Stark
Genre:
Representation: Signed with Energy Entertainment – Brooklyn Weaver
Why you
should read:
Smart, thrilling and mysterious, this series is set to introduce us to a world we all think we know, and then flip it on its head. Incredibly smart, and crafted to keep you guessing every step of the way. Built to be a network heavyweight, and to invite an audience in to play the game right alongside the characters. MINORITY REPORT meets PRISON BREAK.
Read it: CLICK HERE TO REQUEST THE SCREENPLAY

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WINTER

Logline: The de-evolution of society as we enter into a modern ice age. In the year 2015, an unknown event has started severe global cooling, leading the United States to range from fertile croplands to frozen wastelands. During these times, four people struggle to hold themselves, their families and the country together, before forces of nature rip the world apart.
Writer: Andy HeriaudKaitlin Kelly
Genre:
Representation: Signed with Lee Stobby Entertainment – Lee Stobby
Why you
should read:
 Think of all of those shows being pitched as “The Walking Dead” meets “…”. Now actually read one. An event series mixed in with incredibly strong characters, themes, and story throughout. A great reflection of who we are as a people, and how a looming event with apocalyptic ramifications will change us. Instantly relatable, yet endlessly unique, and touching on topics as big as politics and survival, while easing in tales of love and family. This show could do for networks what The Walking Dead did for AMC.
THE DAY AFTER TOMORROW meets THE WALKING DEAD.
Read it: CLICK HERE TO REQUEST THE SCREENPLAY
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