A TV collection reboot of the 1983 basic “Flashdance” is within the very early phases of improvement CBS All Access, which is able to quickly be rebranded as Paramount+, TheWrap has discovered.
Tracy McMillan is writing the script for the potential collection, which will likely be govt produced by Angela Robinson (who is ready to direct the pilot) and Lynda Obst, who was affiliate producer on the unique Jennifer Beals-led Paramount film.
Paramount Television Studios would produce the undertaking.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, which first reported information of the “Flashdance” TV collection. “The new take will revolve around a young Black woman with ballet dreams and a strip club reality who struggles to find her place in the world while navigating romance, money, art, friendship and how to love herself.”
Representatives CBS All Access declined TheWrap’s request for remark and Paramount Television Studios didn’t instantly reply.
Last month, ViacomCBS revealed that CBS All Access will likely be referred to as Paramount+ starting early subsequent 12 months. The rebranding is the second, and far greater, part of the two-phase growth of CBS All Access, which first launched in 2014 and was among the many earliest entrants within the streaming area. In July, All Access added greater than 3,500 episodes from Viacom networks BET, Comedy Central, MTV, Nickelodeon and Smithsonian Channel, together with a smaller redesign that comes with hubs for the Viacom networks.
In the weeks because the July addition of content material, ViacomCBS mentioned that All Access broke a brand new file for complete month-to-month streams in August and skilled one among its greatest months ever when it comes to new subscriber sign-ups (although revealed no precise numbers). In addition, the common age of latest subscribers in August was measurably youthful than the service’s general common subscriber age, due largely to the addition of UEFA and the newly added content material from varied ViacomCBS manufacturers.
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