Film and TV producer Elizabeth Guber Stephen has forged a first-look deal with Fox Television Studios to develop and produce cable-based projects via her Gables Media, Inc. shingle, Variety has learned.
Initial projects include the USA drama series “Timeline,” which Stephen is exec producing, and “Magic City Memoirs,” which is set up at Fox and exec produced by Stephen and penned by “Bones’” Liz Benjamin.
“Timeline” is based on Jennifer Lynn Barnes’ book about a female astronaut who returns to Earth only to discover that her past and, in effect, her entire life, has been rewritten.
“Memoirs” is an adaptation of the 2011 film from writer-director-producers Aaron Salgado and Jaydee Freixas and follows three wealthy, influential families whose sons are now facing the fallout from the secrets that their fathers — Cuban refugees who came to Miami 30 years ago — harbored in order to obtain success.
“Elizabeth Stephen brings a clear and thoughtful perspective on TV development, »
- Whitney Friedlander
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