“Thank You Ashley Madison” Notorious Cheating Website Coming To Your TV Screen!
Breaking News: According to Hollywood Reporter, following last week hack into Ashley Madison website subscriber list. The Ashley Madison drama isn’t going anywhere anytime soon. A TV show based on the notorious cheating website is already in the works. Oh wow, is this art imitating life? Cheaters beware!
This piece of news really should come as no surprise — there’s already an Ashley Madison TV show in development! The controversial infidelity website that matches people looking to cheat on their significant others has been everywhere recently thanks to a hack that revealed more than 37 million users (ranging from civilians to celebrities to even government officials and politicians) who had active accounts. And now it might be coming to your TV screen.
E! News has confirmed that OutEast Entertainment partners Steven Marrs are producing a TV show tentatively titled Thank You Ashley Madison for Toronto-based Marblemedia. The project will be written by Jennifer Kennedy and Ian MacDonald.
“We are in the early stages of developing a scripted series inspired by the site which, given the events from the past week, make the themes explored more timely, says Steven, “Marblemedia co-CEO in 2001, the show runners are going to fictionalized the show, and instead make the focus on “a good mother who launches the business to help support her family.”
There are a lot of TV shows doing a great job of presenting marriage storylines in new ways, but the premise of this show, will create a what if you were honest about it?
Courtney Hazlett tells The Hollywood Reporter, who first reported the news.
“What if you didn’t need a hack to have this conversation? Maybe this is where your life just is, and no shows on television are offering that. Anytime 30 million people are doing anything, it becomes worthy of a real discussion.”
So whether you like it or not, Ashley Madison is coming to your TV. What are your thoughts about a TV show based off a website looking to cheat on their significant other?