Write Your One-Hour TV Pilot: 6-Week Class Starts Sun 1/13

*Meets Online Via Virtual Classroom*

Class Schedule:
Sunday, 1/13 @ 9:00AM - 11:00AM PT
Sunday, 1/20 @ 9:00AM - 11:00AM PT
Sunday, 1/27 @ 9:00AM - 11:00AM PT
Week #4 - Private one-on-one consultations
Sunday, 2/10 @ 9:00AM - 11:00AM PT
+ Additional one-on-one personal consultation!

**Payment Plans Available! - Email joey@roadmapwriters.com for details!**

Write Your 1 Hour TV Pilot with a working Network Executive! 

This hands-on, interactive class is limited to only 10 writers and is taught by an executive that currently works for one of the Big 3 TV Studios (email joey@roadmapwriters.com to find out who it is)!

What Writers Are Saying:

"This instructor was incredible. Her script notes were thorough showing she truly read every line and attempted to put herself in the writer's shoes as well as the shoes of the exec who could buy the show. Her insight from an execs POV was priceless." - Myles W.

"We consider her instruction an invaluable part of our education. Receiving notes from a creative person from the "money" side of the industry has definitely put a higher polish on our writing. It's knowledge that we will use, fingers crossed, our entire careers." - Doug T. & Tony M.


If you do the work, every writer will leave this 6-week program with a completed 1 Hour TV Pilot!

In This 6-Week Immersive Class, You Will:

  • Pick a commercial concept that hasn't been seen before
  • Develop characters and themes exactly the way networks want to see them
  • Create a story engine that engages audiences for years
  • Find your unique voice and how to put that fresh style on the page
  • Capture your reader in the first 10 pages
  • Write dialogue that will attract A-listers

You will also walk away with an understanding of:

  • How networks decide what pilots to pick up
  • The optimal ways to present your pitch to network executives
  • The way network executives dissect pilots
  • What the current TV landscape looks like now
  • How writers can actually break into the TV market


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