After the November 14 premiere, Yellow jacket The audience was mesmerized for 10 weeks by a mixture of horror, drama and potential supernatural mysteries. The series has become the second most streamed series on the Showtime platform.
This makes it a perfect candidate to launch the annual series of It Starts on the Page, Deadline, which highlights scripts that serve as the creative backbone of featured shows that will define the ongoing TV Awards season. The scripts in our series are being submitted for Emmy Awards consideration this year and have been selected by timeline using criteria that include critical acclaim, selection from a wide range of networks and platforms, and a mix of established and little-known shows.
Created by Ashley Lyle and Bert Nicholson Yellow jacket, About four women were involved in the 1996 plane crash when they were teenagers. The series changes their lives at the time of the accident and 25 years later, as they try to transcend the things they did to survive. Melanie Linsky, Towny Cypress, Juliet Lewis and Christina Ricky are included as adult versions of the girls.
The pilot episode, written by Lyle and Nicholson and directed by Carin Kusama, begins with a journalist asking questions from former classmates and teachers about what happened to the girls’ soccer team in 1996. In the current tournament 2021, Shauna (Linsky), Taisa (Cypress), Natalie (Lewis) and Misty (Ricky) survivors are trying to hold their past trauma behind them in various ways, although the past seems to be haunting them each. Turn
The series has already been nominated for a Critics’ Choice Award for Best Drama Series and a win for Best Actress in a Drama Series category for Linsky and has been renewed for the second season.
Click below to read the full script of its pilot episode Yellow jacket.