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‘Orphan Black’ Producer Temple Street To Adapt P.T Barnum Story ‘The Biggest Modern Woman Of The World’ For TV
Susan Swan's novel The Biggest Modern Woman of the World is being adapted for television by Orphan Black producer Temple Street Productions.
The Canadian producer has optioned the 1983 book and Canadian playwright Hannah Moscovitch, who has written on TV dramas including X Company and Played, is adapting.
The book tell…
By Peter White
Orphan Black and Queer As Folk‘s Temple Street Productions has acquired TV rights to prolific Canadian author Kelley Armstrong’s trio of Rockton mystery novels. They will be adapted by showrunner Julie Puckrin (Killjoys, X Company, Motive) and exec produced by David Fortier and Ivan Schneeberg of Temple Street parent…
"We've talked since the beginning of wanting to do some kind of feature or some kind of two-hour continuation of the series," admits Orphan Black co-creator John Fawcett of how he and Graeme Manson could see more of the…
Royal Television Society Names Virgin’s Tom Mockridge Chair; Leontine Petit Gets EFA Co-Pro Award — Global Briefs
Britain's Royal Television Society, which represents major television execs, has appointed Virgin Media CEO Tom Mockridge as chair of its new board of trustees. He'll succeed ITN CEO John Hardie, who has reached the end of his term. RTS has also appointed Simon Pitts as its new vice chair. He's managing director of…
BBC Three's five-part drama, Thirteen, has set Jodie Comer (My Mad Fat Diary) as the lead in the series that starts shooting this week in Bristol. She’ll play Ivy Moxam, a 26-year-old woman who escapes from the cellar that’s been her prison for the last 13 years. Returning home to her family and to her life, this is…
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