Screen Hits prepares new pilots streaming service

Screen Hits is getting ready to launch a new online service that will allow consumers to stream a selection of TV pilots from around the world.The new service, known as “The Pilot Showcase,” will launch on July 1 and feature pilots from international producers.

“The Pilot Showcase provides a new opportunity to give life to broken pilots and allows producers and studios to recoup some of their investment through showing their pilots and even more so, giving viewers a chance to pre-order a season of the show if it ever goes to series,” says Rose Adkins, CEO of ScreenHits.

The pilots in question will be available for six months, providing producers with real-life consumer feedback on their content and helping to inform decisions about what could get taken to series.


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