Show "TRIAL 2020" coincides with American and Global Dilemmas 2020
Federal Court drama about America's ongoing dilemma defining right and wrong is in active pitch mode. New signature script complete. Network options in sight. Bible of Episodes ready. Two offers declined.
By: Anno Domini LLC
The show is a courtroom drama originally produced in Chandler, Arizona and the Phoenix area. It features 'tricky' social issues that become legal cases. The primary focus is on evolving American culture where there are growing battles with concepts of morality.
The original pilot episode, produced and released 2013, featured a battle to remove "In God We Trust" as the American motto.
A subsequent episode had a man facing felony bigamy charges because a lady proved he and she satisfied still-on-the-
That episode was followed by one featuring a driver charged with negligence and facing a $500,000 fine for hitting and killing a famous dog. His lawyer argues that his distraction was caused by a topless lady in public. She was exercising her new New York right to walk outside topless, like men do.
Abraham Doe, formerly of NYC, created the show. He shares, "The episode just written should definitely be the next one produced and serve as the new pilot for a long series. It deals with a truly blockbuster moral issue in America, and I believe, carries the solution to that multi-century dilemma."
Doe prefers to remain a part of the creation and production of future episodes.
"I think this show, as well as the feature-length script that is its foundation, are indeed prophetic and extremely relevant to American and global culture. When you've been blessed to experience six figure life, you hopefully develop a certain amount of restraint. Larger offers may be to difficult to resist," he revealed.
The foundation script is a political-theological thriller feature temporarily entitled "Anno Domini the Movie," and is registered with the Writers Guild of America (WGA) West.
The show's two very best episodes, he shared, are "Common Law Hook-Up" and "Women's Rights" produced using Black Magic and Red Camera Cinematography, respectively. Both are available on Amazon Prime.
Stan Sessoms, "Jerry Maguire (1996)," was the first judge in the series' pilot. Two actors in subsequent episodes were actual attorneys and drew the highest views, Mark DeBoer and Kristina Sabbagh. All were of Arizona at the time. DeBoer assisted with preparation of the Bible of Episodes ready to produce.