…Because if there’s anything we need on the networks it’s more series about domestic terrorism. And featuring spies who can’t remember what they’ve done or might do. They’re all around us in real life as it is, right? Right?
Nah, we don’t think so either. But:
‘House’ Scribe Sells Terrorism Drama to ABC – by Lesley Goldberg (The Hollywood Reporter)
Call it the Homeland effect.
ABC has given script orders to a terrorism drama from Housealum Pamela Davis, The Hollywood Reporter has learned exclusively.
Double Felix revolves around a family man who after suffering from a traumatic brain injury attempts to regain his memory and discovers he may have been part of a domestic terrorist plot.
Davis, a writer-producer on USA Network’s Common Law,will pen the script and executive produce the ABC Studios project alongside Junction Entertainment.
The project comes a month after Showtime’s Homeland picked up nine Emmy nominations including for best drama series, with terror-themed projects continuing to be a hot draw this development season.
FTW, TVWriter™’s attitude here is “Good on Pamela Davis.” But we think this concept is going to bomb.