A major topic of discussion for many writers focuses around loglines. Many TV writers have a hard time trying to sum up their series concept in one sentence or 35 words according to some. New writers are told to keep it short and concise while some experienced writers get away with 2-4 sentences to sum up their TV series. http://deadline.com/category/primetime-pilot-panic/ Deadline.com has a great list of TV pilot information, especially loglines, to help use as a guide. They list every pilot, drama and comedy, from the last three years regardless if it's been picked up or passed on. They list the lstudio, team, logline, and cast. Oh, every network is listed. From ABC and CBS to HBO, E, Comedy Central, and everyone in between (27 total). The loglines ALL vary in length. A few are even 75-90 words. I will be beefing up a few of my loglines! I'm sure some will challenge it and say inexperienced writers should stick to as few words as possible.