How to Write a TV Show Pilot Script That Sells — TV Writing & Development Course: Ep3

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It’s one thing to dream up ideas all day, it’s another to actually open the blank page and get it done: Here’s how to write a pilot script that sells.

We’ve covered our bases leading up to here by learning about whether an idea has legs, and what some of the key elements that go into a pilot are. Now it’s time to build on that foundation and start fleshing out an actual script.

In this video, we’ll cover the outlining process using a technique developed by South Park creators, Trey Parker and Matt Stone. Then we’ll use that solid structure to fill in the blanks.

How are we gonna do this? By analyzing one of the best pilots of all time: Breaking Bad.

With a show that well-written, there’s only room to learn and grow with every minute you spend dissecting and studying.

With the structure provided by Parker and Stone, and the execution done by Vince Gilligan, we’ll walk you through a fool-proof way of outlining and writing your pilot.

Your story will be strong enough to not only get “some heat,” as they say but get you in a room and pitching.


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