2017 – Read the best of COMEDY TELEVISION Shows loglines

Read the best of COMEDY TV Show ideas and synsopsis’ from around the world.

GREY HATS, by Ayoub Charki

THE HOT DOG EATER, by Adam Dietz

RANDOM JOBS, by Fitzgerald Elliot

CRASH PAD, by Kevin Goodson

THE LIMO DRIVER, by Daniel Cho

MANATEE TOWERS, by Eli B

PERCY HARTWELL, by John Hayes

ED’S DOOR AND WINDOW CO., by Parker Cross Jr.

DIVORCED, by Sandra U

ZAPPED, by Ben Hinman

BAG YOUR OWN, by Christian Callahan

BEDTIME STORIES, by Karine Chami

NOBODY WANTS TO BE HERE, by Adam Heinis

ACROS THE HALL, by Renae Watson

RORSCHACH, by Federico Franchi

PARTY ANIMALS, by Kurt Jackson

HOTEL HULALA, by Sally Jackson

PARA-SIGHT, by Tiffany Rae Larkin

LIBERTY, by Knayi Clement

KOSHER DELICATE LESSON, by Jim Norman

MARRIAGE EQUALITY, by Jamie Pierce

PICK UP OR DELIVERY, by Jared Griffith

PRE-WRECKS, by Jess Latimer

FINDING OURSELVES, by Deckonti Tiah

WILL DATE WON’Y DATE, by Stuart Wheeldon

PART TIMERS, by David Stano

THE TICK VS THE INFINITE, by Bree Weinrich

WORKADAY, by Michael Sawran

THE CARGO, by Howard Adelma

101 WAYS TO END THE WORLD, by Sabreena Nazimudeen

CONFESSIONS OF A BIPOLAR POTHEAD, by Rochelle Daguilar

ONLY UGLY ON THE INSIDE, by Theresa Drew

HICKS, by Jason Spencer

THE LOUDMOUTH, by Michael Atkinson

MY OLD KENTUCKY HOME, by MD Scharfman

ON AIR, by Mark Mantastic

SNAP OUT OF IT, by Todd Zing

MEN WITH DICKS, by Peter Norman

TEMPORARILY 1X1: THE NAKED TRUTH, by Melissa K. Willis

HOOKED, by Alex Kellerman

APARTMENT, by Mladen Mijajlovic

THE RETURN OF KYLE WILD, by Ozlem Suleyan

SKIN, by William Maurer

FUNNY FARM, by Nicholas Geisler

A MATTER OF BAD TASTE, by Gene Gwynn

THE PITTSBURGHERS, by Megan Roethlein

S.E.N.I.O.R.S., by Maria Mavropoulou
ACCIDENTALLY EnGAYged, by Jake Parker

AH HAPPINESS, by Karen Toft

SCHOOL OF FOOLS, by Jason T. Paige

FUNNY FARM, by Deshon Porter

CRUDE INVESTIGATIONS, by Chris Roberts

MR. DICKS NEIGHBORHOOD, by Dani Renee

SENTENCE to SUBURBIA, by Adam Staten

LOSING IT!, by Mandi M. Siler

DOOMATES, by Moosa Dagia

MAN WRITING ROMANCE, by David Thome

FUNNY FARM, by Porter Deshon

THE REPUBLICANS, by Doug Goodrich

KINGS OF THEIR CASTLE, by Ignacio Gonzalez

THE STIFF LIFE OF CHARLIE B BROWN, by Will Carlson

WARSHOUT, by Adrian Stride

NEET FREAK, by Kristin Ruff-Frederickson

JOYTON SHREW, by Ian Bradburn

LEAVING THE NEST, by Jakob Creighton

CORPORATE FLAG, by Gary Smiley

GROWN ON AMERICAN SOIL, by Warren Benjamin Johns Jr.

NEW GIRL – CAREER DAY, by Melissa K. Willis

HE’S THE MAN, by Gabrielle Legendre

NEW GENERATION, by Salvatore Cesarano

LUSCIOUS BITES, by Humberto Guida

LOST & FOUND, by Tim Hitpas

HARLEM BLUES, by Allyson Rice & Tara Lonzo

FISHNETS, by Shelli Wright<br
UNIVERSAL UNIVERSITY, by Daymon Long

LIFE IN THE FAST LANE, by Debi Calabro

MAY CONTAIN NUTS, by Sarah Myles and Paul Holmes</br
THE WAY TO HAVEN, by Hank Nae

DON’T BANK ON IT, by Artemis Penny

GEORGIA’S GORGEOUS PEACHFISH: WORST BURLESQUE TROUPE IN NEW ORLEANS, by Holly Combs

GEMMA’S WORLD, by Peter Sims

BREW DAYS, by Tyler Omoth

THE B-LIFE, by Deborah A. Vines

MASON 2 MASON, by Dee Kelly Barrett

FRONT OF HOUSE, by Ryan Metcalfe and Will McCabe

DISORGANIZED CRIME, by Anthoney J. Anderson

CHATSWORTH, by Hal Russek

SOL, by Genevieve Heineman

RAINBOW REEF, by JT Quinn & Danilo Di Julio

THE MISADVENTURES OF BOB & MAGGIE, by Bronwen Winter Phoenix

HIGHER ED, by Kiara Juniel

TRIBUTE, by Lori Crawford

BEAST AT THE DOOR, by Bob Canning

TEMPORARY DETECTIVE, by Hansen Scott

VIDEO PITCH: THE SHADE RIDER SERIES by Beth Zurkowski
POPPY GO LUCKY, by Natalie Mwedekeli

FOUR OF A KIND, by Dani Renee

SMALL BODIES, by Hal Russek

AMERICAN SCHOOL, by Michael Hager

HAPPY-DALE HOME, by Peter Breeze

HOLLYWOOD CLOWNS, by Jason Lassen

SOMETIMES I’M SO SMART I ALMOST FEEL LIKE A REAL PERSON, by Graham Parke

THE WHISTLER, by Joshua Lenahan

TOMORROW NEVER COMES, by Victor Kerr

MY BLACK AND WHITE FAMILY, by Richard Welch

TOMORROW WAITS FOR NO ONE: WHO AM I, by Marcello Aurelio Lanfranchi

SKUNK-BOY, by Lois Wickstrom

AD GAME, by Greg Wayne

SPARKLE AND C.R.E.W., by Pat Mikulec and Heather Alexander

FAMOUS LAST WORDS, by Su Hoyle and Nina Wishengrad

LOWERING THE BAR, by Andy Lear

TOMORROW WAITS FOR NO ONE, by Marcello Aurelio Lanfranchi

PARENTAL ADVISORY, by Christopher Sweeney

COMMITTED, by Adam Kennedy

GREETINGS FROM THE KILLINGTONS, by Harrison Flatau

FOOT SOLDIERS, by Frances Miller

CAMERA EH?, by Philip Corr

 

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October 2017 TV Pilot/Spec Screenplay Winners

Deadline for Television Pilot/Spec Screenplay Festival: https://tvfestival.org/

Watch the 3 TV Screenplay Winners for October 2017:

ACTORCRIME TV PILOT Screenplay – THE BIGGEST LITTLE
October 2017 Reading
by Craig Page
ACTORLGBT TV PILOT Screenplay – THE UPSIDE OF OVER
October 2017 Reading
by Dan Hass
ACTORBEST SCENE TV Screenplay – DARK HEROES
October 2017 Reading
by Peter Sims

 
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Producer: Matthew Toffolo http://www.matthewtoffolo.com

Director: Kierston Drier
Casting Director: Sean Ballantyne
Editor: John Johnson

Camera Operator: Mary Cox
 

June 2017 TV Pilot/Spec Screenplay Winners

Deadline for Television Pilot/Spec Screenplay Festival: https://tvfestival.org/

Watch the 2 TV Screenplay Winners for June 2017:

 

ACTORFEMALE TV PILOT Screenplay – JUNKED
June 2017 Reading
by Alice Dennard

 

ACTORFAN FICTION TV SPEC Screenplay – DOCTOR WHO
June 2017 Reading
by Paul Hewitt
 

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Producer: Matthew Toffolo http://www.matthewtoffolo.com

Director: Kierston Drier
Casting Director: Sean Ballantyne
Editor: John Johnson

Camera Operator: Mary Cox

May 2017 TV Pilot/Spec Screenplay Winners

Deadline for Television Pilot/Spec Screenplay Festival: https://tvfestival.org/

Watch the 2 TV Screenplay Winners for May 2017:

 

ACTORLGBT TV PILOT – FAUK MY LIFE
May 2017 Reading
by Stephanie Neroes

ACTORTV SPEC of SUPERNATURAL
May 2017 Reading
by Bonnie Bonaduce

 

ACTORTV BEST Scene – INFINITY’S EDGE
May 2017 Reading
by Anthony M. Dionisio

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Director/Producer: Matthew Toffolo http://www.matthewtoffolo.com

Editor: John Johnson

Casting Director: Sean Ballantyne

April 2017 TV Pilot/Spec Screenplay Winners

Deadline for Television Pilot/Spec Screenplay Festival: https://tvfestival.org/

Watch the 2 TV Screenplay Winners for April 2017:

 

ACTORFAN FICTION TV PILOT Screenplay – THE GHOST AND MRS. MUIR
April 2017 Reading
Written by Richard Mueller

ACTORTV SPEC Screenplay – BOB’S BURGERS
April 2017 Reading
Written by Matthew J. Gonzalez

 

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Director/Producer: Matthew Toffolo http://www.matthewtoffolo.com

Editor: John Johnson

Casting Director: Sean Ballantyne

December 2016 TV Pilot/Spec Screenplay Winners

Deadline for Television Pilot/Spec Screenplay Festival: https://tvfestival.org/

Watch the 3 TV Screenplay Winners for December 2016:

 

ACTORTV PILOT – MIDLIFE CRISIS
December 2016 Reading
Written by Erica Barfield Peterson

ACTORTV SPEC of the show RICK & MORTY
December 2016 Reading
Written by Matthew Feldman

ACTORFAN FICTION Spec – HOW I MET YOUR MOTHER
December 2016 Reading
Written by Eugene Ramos

 

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Director/Producer: Matthew Toffolo http://www.matthewtoffolo.com

Editor: John Johnson

Casting Director: Sean Ballantyne

Winning TV PILOT Reading of THE MYSTERIOUS LIFE OF MADELEINE by Eve Noel

THE MYSTERIOUS LIFE OF MADELEINE TV Pilot
Written by Eve Noel
CAST LIST:

NARRATOR – Kelci Stephenson
JW – Julian Ford
EVELYN – Mallory Palmer
ANDREAS – Kheon Clarke
ABDUL – Hugh Ritchie

SYNOPSIS:

Genre: Adventure, Thriller, Fantasy, Horror

An archeologist finds out that she was born as a result of her mother’s encounter with a demon, which seeks to mate with her directly so that she bears a child from the demon as well.

Get to know the writer:

What is your TV Pilot screenplay about?

A woman’s surprising revelation about her past and her fight to save herself and humanity from a satanic Second Coming.

Why should this screenplay be made into a TV show?

The screenplay has long story lines and it can take you into Madeleine’s life after the revelation, into webs of future occurrences when Madeleine bears her own child, the rise of another Second Coming and the battles for the soul of earth with biblical implications.

How would you describe this script in two words?

Horror-Romance

What TV show do you keep watching over and over again?

Star Trek originals from 1960’s.

How long have you been working on this screenplay?

I worked on the screenplay for approximately one year.

How many stories have you written?

I have written four features and four shorts. The first script was titled The Outcasts which received a quarter-finalist status with the We Screenplay Intl’ Competition. The second script was titled Dangerous Triangle, which was a finalist in the Massiff (Massachusetts Int’ Film Festival), a 4th place finish in the Indie Gathering Festival, and a finalist in the Neo Noir Film Festival. In the shorts category, a screenplay titled The Secret was a finalist in the 2016 Artists Alliance Short Screenplay Comp., and a screenplay titled Love in a Dungeon, received a finalist award in the Courier Award 2015.

What motivated you to write this screenplay?

As a teenager, I was always fascinated with movies like the Wolfman with Lon Chaney, vampire movies with Bela Lugosi, Frankenstein movies, Star Trek and all other forms of thriller and sci-fi adventures.

What obstacles did you face to finish this screenplay?

I have come to face obstacles with all my scripts I have written. The obstacles are the re-writes which constantly change the direction of the scripts.

Apart from writing, what else are you passionate about?

My other passions are few. Watching the politics on television has hijacked my life and has consumed my everyday life, as I am very passionate about the direction that this country will travel.

What influenced you to enter the festival? What were your feelings on the initial feedback you received?

The initial feedback opened my eyes as to how my writing skills needed major improvement. Being long-winded, the reviewer showed me the proper way to shorten my action descriptions into a more compact way, which I am able to use in my future writings.

The reason for entering the festival was to receive feedback to improve my writing skills.

Any advice or tips you’d like to pass on to other writers?

My advice: Never stop re-writing. It is a love of mine, not a chore.

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Matthew Toffolo: http://www.matthewtoffolo.com

Casting Director: Sean Ballantyne

Editor: John Johnson