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Darn I was hoping it could be a previously produced script like Stargate Atlantis. i'd do SGU, but never able to get into it, and tuned it after the first season.
And after reading the req's it looks like it can be any Network or Cable TV show currently in production. Further Q would be: What if that TV show is cancelled before the submission period begin?
Right now I'm leaning towards NCIS or NCIS: Los Angeles. Two of my favorite shows. Maybe I'll write an episode of each and see which one I feel is better. Now just got to think of McNames for McGee that have not yet been used. Tuesday's was pretty funny (McDrowsy)
I've been spending a lot of time, this past week, on the Disney Fellowship. I spent three or four days working on a synopsis. I have two people helping me out on said spec script. I'm hoping to impress the judges not only with the script I'm writing but also with the show that I am writing a script for.
I wanted a challenge that some writers might be afraid to make. It won't be a Family Guy script. While that would be fun and easy, I want to write a show that few would dare to do. I want to impress the judges when they see the title page.
I will spend more time on this script than any other script I've worked on. Every T must be crossed just right. Every I must be properly dotted. As it says in the rules:
Among the extensive criteria for spec scripts are: accuracy in character voice; story structure; effectiveness in capturing the series' tone; and innovation.
While I welcome this challenge, it is also a scary one. While it's not my last chance at going pro, I have to think of it as if it is. Those who don't look at it this way are guaranteed to lose.