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A comprehensive list of our  Alumni and their pilots scripts. Agents and Managers take note! These writers are currently uprepresented so get them while they’re hot!

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COLLAPSE

Logline: High-concept drama about the origin of a robot apocalypse. In a dystopian future, human-like androids are under attack from the humans they’ve been created to serve until they decide enough is enough and begin to fight back.
: Nti Aning
Genre:
Representation: Currently unrepresented.
Why you
should read:
A big event series that easily fits network or cable, and brings new ideas and perspectives to a familiar setting. Fun, action and sci-fi mixed in with emotionally impacting storylines, and a fresh voice delivering it all on the page. ALMOST HUMAN meets CHILDREN OF MEN.
Read it: CLICK HERE TO REQUEST THE SCREENPLAY

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COSMO’S

Logline: A robot, an alien, and a time traveler walk into a bar— and then start working there? A raunchy live-action geekfest about three extraordinary beings in one ordinary place.
: Asmin Pathare
Genre:
Representation: Currently unrepresented.
Why you
should read:
Meshing similar comedic elements of hit series’ into a smart, yet equally highbrow/lowbrow comedic world. A perfect blending of intelligence and dick and fart jokes appealing to MIT grads and stoners alike. Live action or animation friendly.
IT’S ALWAYS SUNNY IN PHILADELPHIA meets THE BIG BANG THEORY.
Read it: CLICK HERE TO REQUEST THE SCREENPLAY

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DISCOVERIES

Logline: An archeological dig leads to a shocking discovery that proves time travel is not only possible, but that the Russians accomplished the feat in the 80’s (resulting in the Chernobyl catastrophe). Now a U.S. crash project must immediately begin endeavors to study and surmount the achievement.
: Curtis Burdick & Scott Burdick
Genre: | Sci-Fi
Representation: Currently unrepresented.
Why you
should read:
The show has an excellent premise and structure and the pilot lays the foundation for several seasons worth of self-contained episodic as well as ongoing serial story arcs. The strong characters are enough to keep you interested in the pilot and story, but luckily that is far from this script’s only strength, as the overall high quality of writing made this teleplay a pleasure to read. QUANTUM LEAP meets FRINGE.
Read it: CLICK HERE TO REQUEST THE SCREENPLAY

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DOUBLES

Logline: Story of two twin sisters who are complete opposites, trying to make it in the city without killing each other.
: Kassia Miller
Genre:
Representation: Currently unrepresented.
Why you
should read:
This script screams network hit. Two great female leads, perfect for showing comedic chops, a fresh take on a successful dynamic, and it’s based on the writer’s life… kind of. Twins in NYC – go! BROAD CITY meets 2 BROKE GIRLS.
Read it: CLICK HERE TO REQUEST THE SCREENPLAY

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EREBUS

Logline: Centers on an exploration team sent to the South Pole for a routine research run, who are caught amidst a sudden volcanic explosion and an unidentified object below the ice. Now they must fight for their survival in the most desolate place on earth.
: Eliot John Hagen
Genre: Sci-Fi |
Representation: Currently unrepresented.
Why you
should read:
Big network-geared event series that mixes action, adventure, drama and mystery into the closest thing we’ve seen to Lost since Lost. Endless potential, strong characters, and a storyline that caters to weekly cliffhangers, and appointment viewing.
LOST meets THE DAY AFTER TOMORROW.
Read it: CLICK HERE TO REQUEST THE SCREENPLAY

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FULLTIME DAD

Logline: Story of a recently-unemployed single dad in NYC, who suddenly has to take care of his teenage son, who has now been kicked out of every school in the state of Florida.  Two generations struggling to figure out what they want to do with their lives at the same time.
: Scott C. Reynolds
Genre: | Coming-of-age
Representation: Currently unrepresented.
Why you
should read:
Super-relatable comedy that works for the 18-24 & the 30+ demo. Alone, the premise of two men trying to figure their lives out and grow the hell up is great. But make them father and son and it’s damn near perfect. But it’s not all just fun and games, buried underneath the laughs is a genuine and heartfelt story of a father and son trying to connect, and dare I say, learn together. TWO AND A HALF MEN meets ABOUT A BOY.
Read it: CLICK HERE TO REQUEST THE SCREENPLAY

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INHERITANCE, THE

Logline: The repercussions of a political visionary’s personal sins rip through the Cavanaugh family as they continually struggle to prevent the sins of the past generations from being inherited by the next.
: Katiedid Langrock
Genre:
Representation: Currently unrepresented.
Why you
should read:
Smart, strong and intriguing with incredibly meaty award ready roles built in. Built for cable but with the potential to be easily adjusted for a network looking to add some edge, or a pay cabler looking to win some Emmys. SOPRANOS meets HOUSE OF CARDS.
Read it: CLICK HERE TO REQUEST THE SCREENPLAY

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JUMP

Logline: Story of a time travel agency that recruits young people with nothing to lose to “jump” into the past and alter tragic events in their clients’ lives. However, these “jumpers” are just as lost and broken as the people they’re trying to help, and their dark pasts often lead to problems – both on missions and within the team.
: Andrew Bumstead
Genre: Sci-Fi |
Representation: Currently unrepresented.
Why you
should read:
An exciting twist on time travel hidden in the body of a network-ready series akin to Alias. Excellent drama, great casting potential, and the type of show fans will flock together for. Lots of fun, great characters, and a genuinely exciting ride! ALIAS meets LOOPER.
Read it: CLICK HERE TO REQUEST THE SCREENPLAY

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KNIVES

Logline: After leaving his post as an Army medic to take over his parents’ struggling butcher shop in Boston’s North End, Alex ends up trapped in a lifestyle he tried to escape and is forced to become a doctor for the mob in order to keep the family business afloat.
: Nick Moceri
Genre:
Representation: Currently unrepresented.
Why you
should read:
A twist on the idea of a mob series perfectly molded for a network fit. An incredible lead that could lure a star, or that will launch a star. The pilot does a brilliant of bringing the family, loyalty and drama aspects we expect from great mob dramas, but delivers them inside a tailor-made, character-driven series built to be a hit! HOUSE meets THE DEPARTED.
Read it: CLICK HERE TO REQUEST THE SCREENPLAY

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LADYBOY

Logline: A recent post-op transgender from Thailand moves to Manhattan in hopes of starting fresh as a girl and finding the man of her dreams. She meets her fairy gay godfather and together they go on a quest to discover their own identity and their other halves.
: Jason Romaine & Pantida Vanasirikul
Genre:
Representation: Currently unrepresented.
Why you
should read:
A comedy unlike any you’ve ever read. At first glance, you’re going to read it out of curiosity, needing to see how they deal with the incredibly original subject matter. By the end of it, you’re going to realize you just spent the past 30 minutes smiling, laughing, and having a hell of a ride. Forget big blanket statements, or criticisms, and judgments, this is a show that is incredibly unique and exciting, but at its core is simply about a girl trying to follow her dreams.
GIRLS meets THE L WORD
Read it: CLICK HERE TO REQUEST THE SCREENPLAY

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PASS/FAIL

Logline: A street-wise assistant principal must combat the neglect of an ailing school district while struggling to recover from her own tragic past.
: Caitlin McCarthy & Jim Forbes
Genre:
Representation: Currently unrepresented.
Why you
should read:
Gritty, powerful and ready made for A-list talent. Think Michele Pfeiffer in “Dangerous Minds” on a week-to-week basis, surrounded by great drama and great characters, and packaged into a project made for networks. BLACKBOARD JUNGLE meets NORMA RAE.
Read it: CLICK HERE TO REQUEST THE SCREENPLAY

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RIPPLE EFFECT

Logline: A financially strapped detective, stumbles into the world of the supernatural when he teams up with a genius waitress and an eccentric new-age scientist as they investigate the death of a young man who mysteriously appears on a Seattle bridge, frozen to death.
: Jim Simone Sharon Cingle
Genre:
Representation: Currently unrepresented.
Why you
should read:
Fun, fun, fun. This show will do for sci-fi, what Sleepy Hollow did for supernatural. Excellent characters that fans are just waiting to fall in love with. The procedural template and excellent story design gives this series legs, and taps into a big audience waiting for a new sci-fi procedural to get behind. SLEEPY HOLLOW meets FRINGE.
Read it: CLICK HERE TO REQUEST THE SCREENPLAY

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SHANGHAI’D

Logline: Educated in the sciences at Harvard, Joshua Cabot travels to ‘gold rush’ California from Boston in 1848 to establish an assaying office; a wife and baby die tragically, he escapes into alcohol, wakes up on a Pacific merchant ship as a shanghaied sailor.
: Curtis Burdick
Genre:
Representation: Currently unrepresented.
Why you
should read:
Original, fun, smart and exciting. Centering on a fantastic main character, this show invites us into a world not yet seen in a weekly format. With a strong lead, and an endless sense of adventure, this series is built on keeping an audience engaged, excited, and eager to tune in week to week. MACGYVER meets HELL ON WHEELS.
Read it: CLICK HERE TO REQUEST THE SCREENPLAY

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THE TRIBE

Logline: Crime drama set on an Indian reservation where an exiled FBI agent struggles to solve a series of crimes amongst warring crime factions within the Lakota nation.
: Gregory D. Navarro
Genre:
Representation: Currently unrepresented.
Why you
should read:
A fresh and welcome spin on the classic crime drama series. This pilot offers networks and cablers, a shot at kicking off a new series without stepping too far from the comforts of home. The series captures a glimpse behind the curtains into the mindset and customs of life on an Indian Reservation, and just how similar that world may be to the outside. This is the type of series that will run for years. THE SOPRANOS meets SONS OF ANARCHY.
Read it: CLICK HERE TO REQUEST THE SCREENPLAY

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