Dark Dramedy ‘Redrum’ by Jenna Bans, Nzingha Stewart and Carla Banks-Waddles in Works on NBC – News Block

Dark Dramedy ‘Redrum’ by Jenna Bans, Nzingha Stewart and Carla Banks-Waddles in Works on NBC – News Block

Dark Dramedy ‘Redrum’ by Jenna Bans, Nzingha Stewart and Carla Banks-Waddles in Works on NBC – News Block

EXCLUSIVE: After the surprise cancellation of Good girls, NBC is back in business with Good girls creator / executive producer Jenna Bans in another dark and suspenseful drama about friends from Universal Television.

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NBC is developing Redrum, written, directed and produced by Nzingha Stewart based on his original idea, and produced by Bans through his production banner, Minnesota Logging Company. Good girls executive producer Carla Banks-Waddles, who has an NBC / UTV drama pilot At that age, serves as executive producer and showrunner. Minnesota Logging Co.’s television director, Casey Kyber, is an executive producer. Universal Television, a division of the Universal Studio Group, where Bans and his company are headquartered, is the studio.

The project was sold to NBC before the network’s decision last month not to renew. Good girls for a fifth season.

Redrum A sexy and swampy dark drama / thriller is described about two best friends, Jess and Sadie, hosting a podcast about New Orleans’ most infamous serial killers. But when they make fun of the wrong sociopath and those close to them start turning up dead, our friends, who are very ill equipped for this unfortunate circumstance, realize that they have to do what the police have not done: find the murderer. before. they become victims of their own history. Let the good times pass.

Stewart, who has written a couple of TV movies, is a seasoned episode television director who has directed episodes of Good Giels, Scandal, Grey’s Anatomy, Black Monday, Little Fires Everywhere and the next Shonda Rhimes series Inventing Anna. He also directed the Netflix movie. Tall girl. She is represented by A3 Artists, Management 360 and attorney Ryan Nord.

Bans is represented by UTA and Morris Yorn Barnes Levine. Banks-Waddles is represented by Gersh, Steve Simons at The Shuman Co., and Felker Toczek Suddleson Abramson.

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