Anna Musky-Goldwyn - Series Bible / Pitch Deck Consultation

Formats Interested In
Particularly Interested In

Political comedies (like VEEP but happier), female-driven dramas (ala BIG LITTLE LIES), Ensemble dramas/family dramas, superhero tv series, sports TV and movies (female FRIDAY NIGHT LIGHTS!), romcoms for streaming, light soapy dramas (GREY'S ANATOMY, etc)

Women Writers
Feature Genres
Budget Range
Up to $1MM
Up to $5MM
Up to $10MM
Up to $20MM
Up to $30MM
TV Formats
Half-Hour Pilots (single-cam)
One-Hour Pilots
Limited Series
TV Homes
Premium Cable
TV Genres
Book Adaptation
Dark Comedy
Episodic TV
Period Piece
Serialized TV
Socially Relevant
Young Adult (YA)
Specifically Not Interested In

Not a big straight-up horror fan/don't feel I'm as well versed in the structure.

More about Anna Musky-Goldwyn

Anna is a screenwriter who got her start in the genre space and loves writing issue-driven stories that tend to center around female protagonists. She's a graduate of UCLA, USC School of Cinematic Arts and the WB TV Writers' Workshop. Her TV credits include the CW series SUPERGIRL and she has developed projects in the past with Warner Bros, Alloy Entertainment, Intrigue Entertainment and more. She's currently developing a series with Don Cheadle's Radicle Act and working on developing an exciting book to screen project. In addition to screenwriting, Anna is also developing two podcast projects and is one of the hosts of the nonpartisan political podcast Political Playlist Happy Hour which discusses the youngest members of the U.S. Congress. When she's not writing (or hosting) Anna is an avid athlete, surfing, boxing, and doing triathlons.

How it Works

After registering, you will receive instructions on how to submit your material in your order confirmation email. After submitting your material, please allow 3-4 weeks to receive proposed times for scheduling your consult with the exec.

PITCH DECKS: These are visually-driven documents (20 pages max) that use images and short paragraphs of text to demonstrate the tone, world, character insight, key plot points, stakes, and theme of the series or feature. If the Pitch Deck is for a show, it will use some of the same sections of text as your Series Bible, but will be less extensive. When creating a pitch deck, always make sure that you are using images of a consistent size and quality, and that you use the same font, color code, margins, and other design specifications throughout. Click here for a Pitch Deck example! Want more insight? Consider signing up for our Creating Professional Level Pitch Decks webinar

SERIES BIBLES: These supplemental documents are text-only (20 pages max), and can get requested when marketing any sort of TV show. Among other things, they should demonstrate what makes your characters unique and captivating, the focus and evolution of their arcs, the rules of the world, the hook of the story engine, the intended tone and theme, as well as why YOU are the best person to write this show from this perspective. Here's example #1 and example #2.  Note: The formatting and organization of Series Bibles has changed since these examples were created, but addressing these sections in your own Series Bible will be a great starting point to make sure you're answering questions before they're asked. 

**Please note series bibles and pitch decks are each limited to 20 pages maximum. Please contact for pricing on a consultation for material exceeding 20 pages.

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Cancellation Policy: You may cancel your registration for a refund or Roadmap gift card if you have not yet submitted your material for review. However, once your material has been received by Roadmap, your registration cannot be canceled. Having revised material or a desire to retroactively apply a discount or gift card code are not grounds for cancellation, refunds, or gift card credit. Once your material has been submitted, the only acceptable grounds for cancellation and a refund or gift card credit is an unforeseen, ongoing emergency on the part of either the writer or the exec resulting in more than 6 weeks without any scheduling update from the exec via direct contact or Roadmap, or a sudden change in the exec's ongoing availability. In the instance of an irreconcilable scheduling issue, the writer may still receive a written feedback report from the exec. In this case, the writer is not entitled to a refund or gift card credit as the exec has read the submitted material and provided written feedback in lieu of the call. 

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