If you have an idea for a TV show and you're ready to pitch it, there are some elements that you need to have in place before you sit down.
Even if your pitch is with an indie producer, you gotta know your stuff. What "stuff," you wonder?
Stephanie Palmer, a former executive with MGM Pictures, offers a detailed overview of what each writer should have prepared before he or she has a conversation. Basically, you need to know your story inside and out, and be prepared to answer any questions that come your way.
If you are confident, comfortable, and ready to offer a core concept that stands out because of who you are, how you write, and your willingness to accept feedback, then you're ready to pitch a TV show.
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