Damn, Hollywood. This isn’t exactly how we’d hoped to reboot the Scoggins Report.

In a perfect world there’d be a couple dozen or so spec sales to discuss by this point in the Spring Selling Season, not to mention a handful of seven figure deals pointing to a renewed interest in original material all over town, and screenwriting careers getting jumpstarted left and right.

This is not a perfect world. By a lot.

As is our way, we found a sliver of a silver lining and pointed it out at the end of the introduction of the Scorecard. But we’d be the first to say we’re whistling in the dark.

Keep the faith, Hollywood. And click anywhere in the box below to view and/or download the PDF.

Year three of our annual pilot season one-shot, assembled by the crack team of Cindy and Landon. The analysis was particularly insightful (if I say so myself), thanks to having three years of numbers to play with; if I had to choose, I’d say this is the single strongest edition of The Scoggins Report we’ve ever published.

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Full credit goes to Cindy Kaplan for pitching and doing all the legwork to pull the Pilot Season Scorecard editions of The Scoggins Report together. This was the 2nd year we compiled it, and as we made clear in the intro, comparing year-over-year numbers made our hearts sing.

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Our second annual pitch market scorecard. The numbers were down significantly from 2011’s triple digit sales, and 2013 was only slightly better. But look on the bright side: At least there were lots of spec sales to make up for it.

Note the absence of the big red header…and the really ugly formatting in its replacement. Steve Jobs I am not, obviously.

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