This will never, (say it with me now) EVER be picked up as a series.
And I don't say that with malice, I thought it was pretty funny, but let's be realistic about this.
The style alone is wrong for television. What's "in" is simple shapes, bean mouths, noodle arms or just straight up flash style animation.
This is drawn too fully. It's an ungainly mix of realistic anatomy and Butch Hartman expressions. Maybe it's just the fact that this isn't a finished cartoon but just sketches drawn in photoshop but these poses all look too loose and flowy with no solid structure underneath.
Second, this isn't a viable pilot for a series. I'm not saying that the way execs decide on which pilots will go to series has artistic merit but again, let's be realistic.
This doesn't give any indication about what the series would be about. Is Becky going to be ghost for the whole series or will it return to the status quo after this? This doesn't give a good enough indication of what future adventures will be like. What will a typical episode be about? What is the format here?
I wouldn't be nitpicking the shit out of this if the creator didn't tout this as a 'pilot' implying she would hope to have a series made. If this were just an unfinished short she made than none of this would matter. She can draw and write however she wants. But if she's looking to get this made a series? I can't imagine any studio picking this up. And that's not entirely her fault, television networks want safe shows.
Nothing against Becky or her creator but this will never be a series. But hopefully the exposure of this will lead to a great career in the industry.