TV Logline of the Day: FRONTAL BROTHERS, by Adam Santa Maria

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LOGLINE PITCH:

ACTORTitle: Frontal Brothers

Written by: Adam Santa Maria

Type: TV PILOT

Genre: animated comedy

Logline: Frontal Brothers is an animated comedy series where the two heads of the brain’s Decision Department work with the erratic Sensory and Emotion departments so that they can guide their human to success.

WGA REGISTRATION: 1797274

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TV Logline of the Day: THE FIRST ONES, by Ageless

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

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LOGLINE PITCH:

ACTORTitle: The First Ones

Written by: Ageless

Type: TV PILOT

Genre: Science Fiction, Romance, Fantasy, Paranormal, Dark Fiction, Folklore

Logline: “The First Ones” is a scifi romance in which a lonely and heartbroken vampire tries to prevent war that could result in the extinction of humankind.. He discovers an unusually beautiful girl with abilities and what he finds out about her could alter both human and vampires’ existence.

WGA REGISTRATION: 1705216

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TV Loglines of the Day: FUNNY FARM, by Nicholas Geisler

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

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LOGLINE PITCH:

ACTORTitle: Funny Farm

Written by: Nicholas Geisler

Type: TV PILOT

Genre: Comedy, Political

Logline: A hotshot young politician pus his campaign on hold when he pleads insanity to escape jail time, but he spends more time trying to earn his career back than his sanity.

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TV Loglines of the Day: THE GLITCH, by Greg Wessman

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

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LOGLINE SUBMISSION


Title: THE GLITCH

Written by: Greg Wessman

Type: TV PILOT

Genre: Sci-fi, Action, Thriller

LOGLINE: Imagine you violently die, but instead of going to heaven by “seeing the white light” at the end of some tunnel and meeting your dearly departed relatives, you suddenly awake as if you’ve just had some sort of extremely lucid dream. You are greeted by a number of your colleagues and friends casually sitting around you exclaiming, “Wasn’t that totally awesome!” You shake it off, and then realize that what you thought was living and experiencing the entirety of your life as a prolific famous person, was nothing more than an extremely realistic virtual simulation.

WGAW Registration Number: 1544111

The Pitch: Computer gaming technology in the near future will enable you to experience anything life has to offer via a true virtual reality. By purchasing a “scenario” you can plug-in, tune-out, and embark on a wild cyberdelic adventure that is as real as one can possibly imagine. You can virtually live through an entirety of a famous character’s life over the span of a couple of hours and be whoever you’ve wanted to be – a superhero, secret agent, jetfighter pilot, rock star, a flamboyant lover – anyone.

This new virtual reality experience becomes the “drug of the future”, and is so highly addictive, being near impossible to tell what is a simulation, and what is real life.

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TV Logline of the Day: MULLIGANS, by Chris Jacobs

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LOGLINE PITCH:

ACTORTitle: Mulligan’s

Written by: Chris Jacobs

Type: TV Series

Genre: Comedy/Drama

Logline: Due to overcrowding in Hell, a corrupt politician convicted of a lesser Deadly Sin is granted work-release and one chance to save his soul, if he can save another’s first.

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TV Logline of the Day: HACKERS LAMENT, by Douglas G Cala

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

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

LOGLINE PITCH:

ACTORTitle: Hacker’s Lament

Written by: Douglas G. Cala

Type: TV PILOT

Genre: Crime Drama, Psych Thriller

Logline: A shy computer whiz and systems analyst who moonlights as an Interpol informant to take down and infiltrate cybercrimes must make maximum use of his skillset in order to solve his sister’s murder case.

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TV Logline of the Day: XO10, by Barry English

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ACTORTitle: XO10

Written by: Barrie English

Type: TV Series

Genre: Drama, Thriller, Sci Fi

Logline: A teenager who’s lost both parents begins to self-harm and discovers that he can heal almost immediately, leading him to discover that there are others like him and he is the one chosen to do all he can to protect them from a violent middle Eastern dictator who wants to exploit their unexplained blood type to wage war against the Western World.

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