Bruna Papandrea is bringing one more page-turner to the display. With credit like “Gone Woman,” “Wild,” “Massive Little Lies,” and “9 Excellent Strangers” underneath her belt, it’s no shock that the producer is concerned in bringing a brand new woman-penned novel to TV, Erin Younger’s “The Fields.” Papandrea’s Made Up Tales, Jennifer Todd Photos, and Endeavor Content material acquired rights to the lately revealed crime thriller, per Deadline.
Kate Brooke (“A Discovery of Witches”) is penning the difference and can function showrunner. “‘The Fields’ begins with a physique – a younger girl discovered useless in an Iowa cornfield, on one of many few household farms nonetheless managing to compete with the giants of Massive Agriculture. When Sergeant Riley Fisher, newly promoted to go of investigations for the Black Hawk County Sheriff’s Workplace, arrives on the scene, an already horrific crime turns into private when she discovers the sufferer was a childhood buddy, linked to a darkish previous she thought she’d left behind. The investigation grows difficult as extra victims are discovered. Drawn deeper in, Riley quickly discovers implications far past her Midwest city,” the ebook’s synopsis teases.
A sequel for the novel is already on the best way.
“From the second we learn ‘The Fields,’ we have been hooked,” mentioned Papandrea and Todd. “Erin has the unbelievable capability to weave ripped-from-the-headlines themes like Massive Agriculture and political corruption with a heart-pounding, unpredictable homicide thriller – and all with out sacrificing an exceptionally grounded world. That’s exactly why we have been all thrilled when Kate Brooke, who masterfully crafts wealthy characters we wish to root for, signed on to adapt. We couldn’t be extra excited to be working with this powerhouse crew in bringing Erin’s chilling ebook to display.”
Papandrea’s upcoming slate contains movie variations of “The Factor About Jellyfish” and “Luckiest Woman Alive.” The previous, primarily based on the youngsters’s novel by Ali Benjamin, is being helmed by Wanuri Kahiu (“Rafiki”) and stars “Stranger Issues” breakout Millie Bobbie Brown as a teen investigating her finest buddy’s drowning. The latter relies on Jessica Knoll’s thriller of the identical title a couple of girl whose previous trauma comes again to hang-out her. Mila Kunis leads the Netflix pic.
Brooke counts “Bancroft” and “Mr Selfridge” amongst her different credit.
Erin Younger is the pseudonym of Robyn Younger, whose different books embrace “The Brethren Trilogy,” “Revolt Trilogy,” and “New World Rising.” She has bought over two million books worldwide.