With the writer’s strike now resolved, details on new projects are starting to be revealed, and it’s been revealed by THR that Disney’s FX has won the rights to create a new series based on the upcoming book, “All The Other Mothers Hate Me”, by Sarah Harman.
Apparently, over a dozen different companies were involved in the auction for the rights to the book, which is the debut novel by Sarah Harman, who is an American broadcast journalist based in London and has previously worked for NBC News. Earlier this year, the book won the 2023 Lucy Cavendish Prize.
Sarah took to social media to confirm the news:
Big News! I couldn’t be more excited to be working with creators I admire and respect so much to adapt #AllTheOtherMothersHateMe for TV! @chrisstorer @joshsr @cooperwehde. I have to keep pinching myself to be sure it’s not a dream.
While no official description for “All The Other Mothers Hate Me” has yet been revealed, the story is about an American woman who suspects her son may have killed a wealthy studio at his West London private school.
The new project is going to be developed by Christopher Storer, who has previously created the hit series, “The Bear”, which is one of the most-watched shows on Hulu and Disney+ internationally. The book’s author, Sarah Harman, is also expected to be an executive producer on the project.
With the project still in early development, it might be a while until it hits our screens, which is likely to be available on Hulu in the United States and on Disney+ around the world as a Star Original. Disney is currently cutting back its general entertainment lineup, but it’s focused on creating a more curated lineup of original programming and with so many other parties involved in the bidding. Hopefully, this project will turn out as successful as “The Bear”.
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