A football fan woman goes on a journey of self discovery and destiny when as a publicity stunt she becomes the first Female head coach in the NFL, but when she proves to be the better person for the job the Male dominated league pushes back.
In this politically and socially relevant Dramedy Christine Murphy, a former football star in High School but was never had the chance to play in College, takes this publicity stunt and uses it to prove she has what it takes to turn the team around and that she can be just as competent and capable as a man. Coaching a losing team of has-been’s and misfits to a championship maybe easier than navigating all the of the social politics, misogyny and racial equality protests. With women standing up in politics, entertainment and everyday life to the culture of sexual harassment and gender bias, and the MeToo movement that is taking down powerful men this Coach Murphy will be a showcase for the changes that are taking place post-2016. Christine is challenging the male-dominated and beleaguered NFL to take her seriously as a person and respect her ability.
Two minority veteran cops team up to start a culturally diverse investigative unit that will hold bad cops accountable for corruption and brutality.
Internal Affairs is not your standard Cop show because it’s centered around those Cops who investigate their fellow Police in a southern cosmopolitan. This drama will represent how we would like to see real police departments respond to Police misconduct and Police brutality in this political climate of BLM and more demands for police accountability John Ritter an African American former FBI agent forced to retire over a social media scandal is recruited to lead the IA Unit by the new Superintendent of Police, a Bi-Racial Lesbian brought in to shake up the department after a DOJ investigation swept up all the former IA officers. Ritter hires a diverse group of detectives, including a Hispanic Dreamer from the Swat team, an ex-homicide detective, a female officer who quite NOPD due to sexual harassment and a local Creole Deputy Sheriff who is tired of standing by while cops get away with murder. The arc of the first season: After the Unit is up and running they respond to a white veteran officer who shot and killed an African American man who was a visiting celebrity during a minor traffic stop, bringing the new NOPD Superintendent, her IA unit and the city into the national spotlight and sparking the debate of Police shootings of unarmed Black men adding pressure to Ritter and his team to prove that they are up to the task.
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Logline: The Panther Family Ghost.
The Panther family moves to SF to start and new life. The kids soon discover that their new home comes with the ghost of a little boy who died there with his family. The Son makes friends with the ghost while the daughter seeks ways to get rid of him.
Logline: A CIA gun dealer, and Preacher team up to battle Demon possessed Cops bent on human extermination.
The upload of a new government Police monitoring system unleashes a Demon who takes control of all first responders turning them into demonic killers. The main character a CIA gun runner and a Local priest join forces to save humanity. After saving a group from a halfway house the duo. They all take refuge in a local courthouse where they perform an exorcism on a female cop who clues them in on the Demon controlling the Cops. She will go on to help them in their battle. With intel from the Vatican army, they try to go on the offensive. They heroes lure a majority of cops into a fireball causing the Demon to martialize prompting the Army to target the area with a Nuclear strike. But before the strike, the group lures the Demon into a final battle destroying it.