Ask the Coach: What Do I Need for a TV Pitch? – On Script Mag

Welcome to the latest installment of my “Ask the Coach” column on Script Mag! This month, I’m sharing more from my interview with Neil Landau, author of the recently released book, The TV Showrunner’s Roadmap: Creating Great Television in an on Demand World (2nd edition) and the Director of Screenwriting at the University of Georgia, who helped me answer last month’s question “How do I find a showrunner?

He shared some invaluable tips with me about the process of having your script requested, and what to be ready for in the room once you’re pitching. So today we’re answering the question, “What do I need for a TV pitch?” [more…]


Getting ready to pitch your show involves a whole lot more than simply writing a pilot script. It’s about your materials, your deep knowing of your story, your readiness, your team, and your passion for the project too. 
Read the article on Script Mag: 
Ask the Coach: What Do I Need for a TV Pitch?

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