The show will be the next in the US on popular Korean television
The CW has announced its plans to bring a remake of a genre-bending Korean drama titled W: Two worlds to the U.S. Deadline Reports. The youth-focused network, known for such hits as Riverdale and All American, is under script development for the series, which will be known as Angel City in USA
Comes from authors Jen Braeden (Love, Victor, American woman) and Heather Thomasen (Castle Rock), Angel City will tell the story of Jules, an up and coming young surgeon whose safe and secure life is turned upside down as she is sucked into an alternative dimension where her father’s graphic novel and its enticing and captivating heroine have come to life.
The series is being executive produced by Craig Plestis, who has found great success in the hit Fox competition song show, The masked singer. Plestis, Braeden and Thomason will all executive produce and be joined by Two Shakes Entertainments Damon Wayans Jr. and Cameron Tarlow.
Wayans Jr. has been a busy man lately, also starring in a new show called Kill the orange-faced bear which is about a man who avenges the death of his girlfriend after she has been eaten by a bear. The series has just been picked up by TBS. He also resumed his overall deal with CBS Studios last year, selling an action thriller to Peacock from Happy endings creates David caspe and previous authors, Matthew and Daniel Libman. On top of the thriller and his new TBS show, Wayans Jr. is working. also on a comedy titled Dugout Moms, for ABC.
W: Two worlds premiered in Korea for the first time in 2016 and received good ratings. After the success of ABC’s The good doctor and world record, Play squid, Angel City will be in good company with the Korean shows being developed in the United States
Although the show is still in the very early stages of development, we are eagerly awaiting more information on this definitely CW hit.
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