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TV Screenplays Wanted


A company that produces & streams an original tv series is seeking new TV shows pitches.

Seek talented writers who take risks with subject-matter, style and format.

Fresh ideas never told before. No CGI or FX.

 
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would you be interested in a faith-based show surrounding heaven and hell, Yah and Hasatan ?

Contact me if so:
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'My Two Ex-Girlfriends'

Logline:
Guy has found himself sharing his home with Amie and Zelda, both of whom he used to date. They don’t like to discuss what happened during those relationships, but every other subject in the known universe is up for debate.

15 minute comedy episodes set in a single location.

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Well,
 It do appear there a lot of Want-a-be's out there. I send a message of what I have and if they want to see it they can request the material. It appears many looking, none taking.
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No One's Even Bleeding
(one-camera sitcom)

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The '80s. An aspiring TV writer becomes a substitute teacher, always keeping one step ahead of school officials as he continually bends their code of conduct.

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Have sitcom pilot
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Hello,

In 2014, I re-signed an option agreement with Amazon Studios for my screenplay, “Orange Curtain.” In February, New Heits Entertainment optioned my script, “Clean Money.” I read your posting. I have these two comedy pilots:

Oasis”: Two lifelong friends from affluent Orange County discover there’s a big, strange world out there when they take a chance and move to Las Vegas.

“Level One”: A “regular Joe” discovers life’s not quite what he thought it would be when he’s surrounded by an odd assortment of inmates during a 5 year stretch in a private minimum security prison.

I also have a dramedy treatment and pitch I’ve completed with my writing partner. It’s an idea that has never been on TV before.

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THIS CEMETERY IS MINE
A TV Pilot screenplay
           David Orange
           (based upon his novella)
60 pp. Genre: Crime Drama/Dark Comedy

Log line: A man accidentally buried alive not only survives but is now able to communicate with cemetery Spirits, becoming more than just a medium to tormented souls with unfinished business.

Synopsis: Everyday Man WALT TILSON is accidentally buried alive in Brooklyn’s largest cemetery until a flock of wild parrots’ frantic chirping saves his life, guiding him to his destiny. With his new-found abilities to interact with Spirits, Walt becomes a medium for mourners. It starts out that way until:
A newly erected artwork plot--The Grave of Secrets, doesn’t contain a body. Visitors jot down their deepest secrets and drop notes into a slot in the obelisk tombstone connected to a chamber to give literal meaning to the phrase “taking your secrets to the grave.” But are these secrets really dead?

Several restless Spirits who begin reading the notes realize that many unsolved crimes are the result of unfinished business the Spirits themselves left behind! And then there are the new misdeeds of others about to be committed...

The Spirit of a notorious Mafia Don has a plan in place against his arch nemesis that’s still alive but can’t activate it from his deterred state. He conveys to Walt needing help, but Spirit Law forbids outright assistance to the living; the departed can only give clues to nudge them in the right direction.

Walt unexpectedly meets at the cemetery mourner DREAMA DAWSON—a pretty, darkly misfit, but uniquely gifted girl with a photographic memory and a tomboyish swagger who has a shocking secret: her husband recently buried in the cemetery was a Hit Man for a Shadow Group who terminated him when he wanted out. But they missed killing another operative--the analytical-minded Dreama who knows too much about their dealings and must be hunted down!

Dreama, always looking over her shoulder, and Walt with his odd behavioral ticks, draws the attention of NYPD tough-as-nails detective HARRIE O’KEEFE. The lady cop and feisty Dreama instantly lock horns, but Harrie begins to develop a soft spot for introverted Walt. The three form a most unusual bond as their puzzle-solving skills and cunning send the Mafia Don’s rival behind bars.

The Pilot Episode ends with a snapshot of the next show. Our protagonist trio must locate the grave of a man who lived a hundred years ago when a psychopath murdered his lovely assistant. Will the man’s century-old Spirit give them clues that lead to a psychopath killer at large today who continues with his family’s deranged trail of murders that began three generations ago?

 
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Title: f-a-Oh!

Genre: Sitcom

Log Line: Enchantment and fantasy galore surrounds the lives of new toy demonstrators at a great NYC metropolitan toy store.


Pitch: BIG meets CHEERS

Brief Synopsis: The world’s greatest pitch men vie for top spot as new toy experts in episode one - they include an autistic savant who has seen the play CATS over 700 times, an second rate Casanova who can charm the pants off anyone, a part time actor who can’t act and a self appointed bon-vivant who reeks of cologne and constantly yells “smell me”. All of these gents are strangely suited to the role of toy demonstrator and make their mark at the audition. Stayed tuned for the series if you care to see which one, or more than one makes it.

If this has piqued your interest, please advise.

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