Here’s something I bet you didn’t expect. Producer Jerry Bruckheimer is developing a limited run series based on Carrie Underwood’s hit “Two Black Cadillacs,” according to Deadline.
Fox is revving up Two Black Cadillacs, a six-hour limited event series based on the hit Carrie Underwood song. Underwood will executive produce the project, now in development, with Jerry Bruckheimer. Written by Ildy Modrovich (Necessary Roughness), Two Black Cadillacs, from Jerry Bruckheimer TV and Warner Bros TV, explores a murderous love triangle in the modern South. Or, as the producers put it, Hell hath no fury like two women scorned.
Bruckheimer has a slew of successful TV credits under his belt, including the CSI franchise, Cold Case, and The Amazing Race. He’s also the man behind some of cinema’s biggest blockbusters such as Beverly Hills Cop, Flashdance, Top Gun, The Rock, Armageddon, and Pirates of the Caribbean,
The platinum single, written by Carrie, Hillary Lindsey and Josh Kear, is from the singer’s 2012 album Blown Away. The lyrics, dealing with timeless issues of jealousy and betrayal, provide a perfect backdrop for a juicy tele-drama. This could be really good if done right. Congrats to Carrie on branching out into producing!