TV Writing: Create a Captivating Series Bible
You’ve written a TV pilot but now what? In order to effectively pitch your pilot and give potential buyers a better understanding of your concept, you need a TV Series Bible. A bible is a pitch document (typically 5 to 20 pages) that communicates your vision and provides an overall blueprint for your series. A good bible outlines all of the key aspects of your show, including characters, story, world, themes, tone, genre, style, structure, episode summaries, seasonal breakdowns, and your series arc.
Over the course of two Saturday afternoons, we analyze bible templates together, complete exercises and homework, and review one another’s work. At the end of two sessions, you have a solid draft of a captivating and compelling pitch document to present with your TV pilot.
“The Screen Academy is a real community that I love. It is an extremely supportive atmosphere and Lizzie Finn is very knowledgeable. I know that I am in good hands.”
Meet Your Instructor: Lizzie Finn
“Our goal is always about helping our writers get across the finish line with their scripts. However, it’s just as important writers learn to recognize which of their ideas ‘have legs’ and which are ‘half-baked.’ Before we put words on the page or focus on craft, we examine the ideas from every angle and make sure the writer is clear about their vision.”
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