Nothing compares to a fresh set of eyes on your script before a rewrite!
Whether you’re a first-time writer or a seasoned veteran, coverage is one of the most important steps in preparing your project for the market, and getting a professional set of eyes on your work is crucial before you share it with the world. When submitting your work via the Launch Pad Coverage, not only will you receive invaluable feedback on your work from a team of professional readers, but you’ll also become eligible for our TB Recommends program. Our Recommends program works to identify scripts that receive a "Recommend" rating on their coverage and introduce the writer to the agents, managers, executives, producers and publishers who matter. While there is no obligation to be part of the Recommends program, previous participants have seen their recommended scripts set up with Warner Bros., Appian Way, Scott Free, Fox, Amazon, CBS, Anonymous Content, UCP and Paramount amongst others, and have signed with places such as CAA, WME, ICM, UTA, ESA, Paradigm, Energy Entertainment, Industry Entertainment and Madhouse Entertainment amongst others.
Whether a feature, a pilot, a manuscript or a comic book at some point every writer needs a fresh set of eyes. Why not let our professional readers help?
Our readers have worked for some of the biggest names in film and television, and feature extensive backgrounds in development, writing coverage, and providing feedback to executives and producers, writers and directors. With our readers you’re receiving the same attention, detail and analysis most major studios and networks would receive. Why trust coverage from readers who’ve never worked in the industry, when you can get an industry perspective first?
Our coverage program also features our TB Recommends program, which identifies writers and scripts thatreceive a recommend, and introduces them to Hollywood showcasing their work directly to those who matter. Previous writers identified in this program have seen their recommended scripts set up with Warner Bros., Appian Way, Scott Free, Fox and Amazon amongst others, and have signed with places such as CAA, WME, ICM, Energy, Industry, Madhouse Entertainment, and several more.
Every script that receives a “Recommend” on eligible coverage will be invited to take part in our TB Recommends program, which works with writers to showcase their work to our 25,000 industry professionals via newsletters, press announcements, meetings and one on one introductions to those who can help start your career.
After earning a TB Recommend for her script Santa Sierra was quickly signed by ICM and Luber/Roklin, and was hired to rewrite “Chico Grande” for Amazon.
She is currently packaging her script “In Search of Our Father, Sylvester Stallone” and her new pilot “The Rise” just hit the market in 2016.
After landing a TB Recommend for his script “Onward, Through The Night” Dan was quickly signed by Paradigm and Energy Entertainment
Dan’s script hit the market in 2016, and is now being produced by Oscar-winning producer Michael Sugar for Anonymous Content, as well as Romark Entertainment and Energy Entertainment.
After his script “A Boy and His Tiger” landed a TB Recommend Dan Dollar was swiftly signed by CAA and Industry Entertainment in a competitive situation.
Following the quick signing, Dan’s script was set up at Warner Bros., with Leonardo DiCaprio, Roy Lee and Rock Shaink producing via Appian Way, Vertigo and Romark Entertainment, and appeared on The Hit List, Young Hungry List and Black List.
After receiving a TB Recommend on his TV pilot “Nexxus”, Michael Perri signed with Echo Lake Entertainment and the Kaplan Stahler Agency, and was staffed on the NBC series “State of Affairs”.
After writing the series finale with creator, director and executive producer Joe Cohen, he wrote a new feature, and debuted his new pilot in early 2016.
All feature scripts and pilots will be returned to writers in 14 days or less, while manuscripts and comic book scripts will be returned in 20 days or less.
Need your coverage back quicker? We offer 10 day, 5 day, 3 day, and overnight rushes on most all of our coverage packages. Just select your rush options at during check out
Every coverage package is different, and there are a series of advanced add-ons to enhance and customize your coverage experience to exactly what you need.
All coverage is sent to writers in a PDF document to ensure easy opening on every platform.
While the Launch Pad began in 2013, our parent company The Industry(formerly known as The Tracking Board) launched back in 2009, with the prime focus of helping writers become more informed, more prepared, and more capable of launching their careers.
What began as a small group of industry professionals has now blossomed into one of the fastest growing Industry sites covering everything from the spec market, breaking news, in development tracking, film rights, open writing assignments, reviews, interviews, box office reports, industry analysis, and as it happens movements on every major company in the industry.
The Industry is also home to annually released The Hit List, The Young & Hungry List and The Spec Book.