Once a pitch is accepted and greenlit into development, it typically consists of 3 components in order: a pilot outline, network convection (4 networks, a pilot script, a final bible. A bible is an industry term for a full description of a series, complete with all preliminary details with respect to characters, plotting, setting, and sample episodes: character breakdown, possible episode abstracts, typically 8-10 pages. A bible often has two iterations (versions): first, as a pitch document (before production) and then as a final guidebook for development & record of the development process, both must contain details on the proposed pilot episode. Usually provided to studio and/or broadcast executive after a face-to-face pitch meeting so that answers to questions raised can be incorporated. The bible is used as a pitch doc for a scripted series is often known as a mini bible or.