When Tamara invites her boss, Karen, over for dinner, she has no idea that Karen’s unfolding Me Too moment with their company’s creepy CEO is about to put both of their families in jeopardy. Soon, hired thugs show up at the house, disguised as cops, ready to unleash a campaign of terror against them. Now a black family and a white family will have to join together to defend themselves against horrifying odds.
(Comedy, Horror, Science Fiction)
Five friends will never be the same again after a weekend in a cabin with an exotic woman named Lil. Distracted by relationship drama, most of these friends won’t realize until it’s too late that Lil is definitely not human. This is a Kafkaesque journey through male-female dynamics (including LGBTQ perspectives) with several laugh-out-loud/scream-out-loud surprises along the way.
(Horror, Comedy, Fantasy)
Grandma’s coming from China to visit for the first time, and her electrifying brand of magic is about to transform the entire family. Zumu is perhaps the most powerful and intimidating woman who has ever lived. She has long been China’s most skilled magician, but now she’s found a new challenge in America: helping her granddaughter navigate the perils of a high school social life.
THE OLD WAYS
(Action/Adventure, Military, True Story)
In the aftermath of 9/11, Native American trackers join up with a ragtag group of Marines to put the War on Terror into overdrive in the Wild West of modern Afghanistan. US troops are about to learn some new tactics - the Old Ways - inspired by epic scenes from Native American history.
A mind-bending, action-packed journey through India with the fate of the world in the balance: When an Indian computer scientist creates an algorithm that can decipher any PIN number and crack any password, hired assassins begin hunting him down. He flees to the backwaters of Kerala to seek spiritual guidance and to reunite with a lost love.
(Horror, Science Fiction)
A realtor struggles to sell a haunted house with a gory past. Only three people show up to her Open House. One is a documentary filmmaker and the other two are government agents/scientists who believe the house is situated on a unique energy source. When all of them decide to spend the night there, the house’s energy starts to manifest their worst nightmares.
(Action/Adventure, Historical Drama)
Thomas Jefferson’s black grandson disguises himself as a white Confederate soldier to save his brother from a notorious southern POW camp. When he is seduced by a widowed Southern belle, it’s going to take all of his skills to maintain his secrets. Based on true stories passed down by the descendants of Jefferson’s slave Sally Hemings, this is an action-packed drama focusing on a forgotten piece of American history.
(Crime, Drama, Horror)
History repeats itself in this re-imagining of the Salem witch trials for the modern day. After a horrifying (and perhaps hallucinogen-induced) incident occurs at a house party on the outskirts of Salem, an innocent black high school girl named Tituba finds herself in the cross-hairs of an overzealous prosecutor. As the racist, small-town legal system begins to railroad her, Tituba makes a desperate deal with the Devil to save herself.
THE SALEM B*TCH TRIALS
A guy falls for a girl but struggles to introduce her to his best friend/roommate: a sassy, inter-dimensional demon. He hires a couples therapist to help. This series has a style like TED meets WILFRED, and the pilot has also been adapted into a full length feature film.
MY FRIEND THE DEMON
(Thriller, Dark Comedy)
A jobless young woman agrees to become a surrogate mother for a wealthy, anonymous Middle Eastern “Emir.” She gets a lot more than she bargained for. This is a series with a style like BROAD CITY meets BLACK MIRROR. It evolves into a HANDMAID'S TALE vibe.
THE SURROGATE INSURGENCY
America’s first supermodel shocks the world after becoming the first woman to appear nude in cinemas across the nation. Just before the start of the Roaring 20s, her early Hollywood Me Too moment will lead to a sensationalized murder mystery. Adapted from the book by Clint Miller.