Slated is designed to help finance and make feature films. We are in the process of developing a scoring system that also applies to television pilots and episodes but are still working on building it out completely. In the mean time TV projects are not eligible for our Script or Financial Analysis or scores, which means they aren't eligible for listing in Slated's marketplace.

We hope to be rolling out TV and documentary Analysis services next year and will let you know when it happens!

In the meantime, if you're just looking for coverage on your TV scripts, our sister company Spec Scout offers a comprehensive analysis service for TV pilots. While the analysis itself cannot be translated or transferred over to Slated for a score, the coverage they provide is superb if you're in need of that.

Spec Scout offers the same 3-reader, 13-page, 10-score analysis that Slated offers to features.

To see an overview of Spec Scout's television analysis, just visit specscout.com/tv. Please also note that - as mini-series are normally sold on a pitch and not a script - Spec Scout only reviews the four main formats of television pilot: half hour single-camera; half-hour multi-camera; hourlong serialized; and hourlong episodic/procedural. This tend to be 30 pages, 45 pages, 60 pages, and 60 pages respectively.

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