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First Three Seasons of Trial 2020 reportedly on the block for $4.9 million
Anno Domini LLC has entered talks with a privately held company in which 40% of the first 3 seasons of the new drama Trial 2020 is reportedly on the table.
By: Anno Domini LLC
This news service learned up to 40% ownership of the first three seasons of the new drama are on the table. Initial forecasts of the value of the seasons approach $5 million.
One very close to the talks confided " 20% has forecasted value of $1million. $500-600k for that sounds like a winner."
In other developments, "Anno Domini is ...far along..." in talks with Arlienne Scofield, a Phoenix-area Professional, about a long-term executive role with Trial 2020, said Abraham Doe, writer and producer of the new drama. "We are also approaching and being approached by high-caliber Directors, Producers and other talent."
Editor of the upcoming TV episode, Phillip Sandle III, is expected to stay on with Trial 2020. Cinematographer, Irin Daniels, is also expected to be approached about additional work with the show.
"I have also had the honor of being contacted directly by an east-coast representative of four prominent, nationally known actors and actresses. Specific interest in Trial 2020 has been expressed and is not even yet factored into the value forecast," said Doe. "I am excited and look forward to getting going with completing the remaining episodes needed to wrap the first 30. That would comprise the first three seasons under discussion."
Consideration of a home location where its own court room will be built has also commenced, it was learned.
"Common Law Hook-Up," the second episode airs on AZTV Channel 13 (Phoenix), Saturday December 13th, 2:30PM (MTN).
"The Pugilist," the first episode, aired on YouTube September 11th.