Trickelbank Budget: $1M - $5M | Animation ⋄ Comedy An animated series centered around a dimwitted co-host of a British daytime talk show In the pilot episode, noted rap artist Dr. Drizay puts out a diss song about Bailey.
LeMontay Animation ⋄ Comedy An animated comedy about a conceited rapper, his two best friends, his girlfriend, and his "talking" cat Leonardo. The main character is based loosely on Kanye West. In the pilot episode, LeMontay puts out a movie, and doesn't quite get the reaction he was looking for.
Low Budget Scarface Spoof Comedy A parody of the movie Scarface
Hal Down the Hall Budget: $1M - $5M | Comedy After an eight year absence, a man tries to reenter the life of his daughter by moving into her apartment building.
Guldenstein Budget: $100K - $1M | Comedy An animated parody of the show Seinfeld. It's a lot like the original, only it's set in Miami, the Kramer character is Cuban, and some of Jerry's stand up comedy segments are chaotically thrown into the interior of the episode.
Three Bros. Budget: $100K - $1M | Comedy A single camera sitcom about three brothers who live in the same apartment building
My Dad Sleeps in My Living Room Comedy A father and son live together in the son's small apartment, and work together at the son's small pawn shop. The two of them have much different personalities, but one thing in common: a long string of failed relationships. In the pilot episode, Bill shows up at the door of his son Joe's apartment, looking for a place to live and a place to work.
Aussie Ollie in Hawaii Comedy An animated comedy series about a combative, energetic Australian man who lives in Hawaii and works at a pineapple soda factory. He’s married to a Filipino musician who claims that Bruno Mars stole her songs--and the couple has a modest home in Honolulu where they live with their ten year old son, as well as the wife’s freeloading, unemployed brother-in-law who has a Master’s degree in chemistry. Episode Logline: "After watching a TV show for two days straight, Ollie decides to switch careers."
Triplets Budget: $0 - $100K | Comedy (Animated Series)A foul-mouthed plumber and his zany wife live with their ten year old triplets: an ambitious but impractical boy named Xander, a bookish and brainy girl named Madeline, and their overenthusiastic, fun-loving sister Savannah. In the pilot episode, Xander tries to become a professional leg waxer, and applies the lessons he learned by studying Jackie Robinson and Steve Jobs.
Jenny Comedy A modern day All in the Family meets The Mary Tyler Moore Show with a side of King of Queens. 30 year old Jenny is single and works for a daytime TV talk show. She lives in a modest home that has a very small guest house where her divorced, semi-retired, Fox News watching father lives.
Cal and Grady Budget: $1M - $5M | Animation ⋄ Comedy An animated series about the bizarre adventures of two moronic pool cleaners. They only have one client--Matthew McConaughey--and they both live at the home of a racist 80 year old woman. In the pilot episode, Cal and Grady try to figure out how a dead person ended up in their backyard.
The Confederacy Comedy A sitcom set in a version of America in which the Confederacy defeated the Union. The series is centered around President Leanne Johnson, as well as her niece who lives in a city near the nation's capital. Keep in mind that this show is just silly, ridiculous over-the-top fun. It's not quite a satire, but it has a satirical feel. In the pilot episode, a group of people protest the 39th Amendment, which prohibits soccer from being played in the country.