Created by Brandon Pankey
Written by Davian Peat
Would You Be Mine? is a half-hour comedy-drama about Terrance Wayne’s journey of love, career and friendship. It all starts with the young, successful marketing executive standing at the altar awaiting his beautiful bride. However, we don’t see this bride and the story of who Terrance chooses as his wife unfolds over a long flashback that encompasses the entire series. Terrance’s best friends during this time are Sharif, a talented but immature music producer; and Lisa, a stunning Philadelphia socialite attending law school. In the beginning; Terrance is an intern at the powerful Blake Montgomery marketing firm in Philadelphia and is in a budding relationship with Renee Covington, a centered, altruistic elementary school teacher. Terrance is smart and charming and quickly earns the respect of Barry (the firm’s President), Jason White (the firm’s most valuable executive), and Brittany Wright; a fiercely ambitious junior marketing associate new to the company. The question in Season 1 will be: Can Terrance successfully balance the often conflicting demands of friendship, career, and romance in the fast, concrete, winner-take-all city of Philadelphia?
Pilot Episode Synopsis
The episode begins with Terrance at the altar on his wedding day. As his mystery bride walks down the aisle; Terrance reflects on the path that brought him to this point in life. He begins his story with the day that his friend Lisa reluctantly agrees to meet his new girlfriend Renee only if Terrance dumps all of the other women he is dating. Terrance obliges and Lisa and his other best friend Sharif accompany him on his break up mission.
About Davian Peat
Davian Peat is a playwright, screenwriter, novelist, poet, & songwriter. Born in Kingston, Jamaica and raised in Brooklyn, New York; the ambitious scribe aims to produce work that is lush with wit & a biting sense of humor. His debut stage play, “One Nation Under God” premiered at the Players Theatre in New York City on April 6, 2012. Davian Peat has read his poetry at the Brooklyn Book Festival and has been published in Don Diva Magazine, Urban Ink Magazine, Vibe.com, AllHipHop.com, Adafi, and Legacy Volumes One & Two. He is currently writing and producing the web sitcom, “Roomies”.
About Brandon Pankey