Paramount Network has ordered ten episodes of a TV reboot of the cult classic film First Wives Club, according to Deadline.
The original 1996 film starred Diane Keaton, Bette Midler and Goldie Hawn (and Sarah Jessica Parker in an iconic supporting role) and followed three women in New York City who find sisterhood after the death of each of their marriages.
The show is to be written by Girls Trip co-writer Tracy Oliver, and executive produced by names behind The Devil Wears Prada and the original First Wives Club film.
"Tracy Oliver is a brilliant writer and the perfect visionary to bring this unforgettable story from the big screen to the small screen in a fresh and contemporary way," said Keith Cox President of Development and Production at Paramount Network.
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