Pilot Survival Guide – Part 1

We are planning a series of blog posts about network Pilot Season.  While the traditional season where networks view and purchase pilots for their upcoming season has become less important now that cable networks and other outlets audition year round, there is still a defined period in Los Angeles and to a lesser extent, in New York City.  This is a time when a relatively unknown actor can book one job and end up as a series regular or recurring for years to come. While it’s not common to land a series that is picked up and successful, many of our members film pilots every year.

Our first discussing is about moving to Los Angeles for the seasons. Should you? Should you stay home and prepare taped auditions?  What is best for your child and your family? Talk about a move for pilot season.

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