First Wives Club, the hilarious ’90s film about three divorcee women who seek to get revenge on their husbands is being made into a 30 minute TV series. And not only that, you’ll never guess who is involved!
The First Wives Club televised show will feature the works of Tracy Oliver. In case you don’t know, Oliver co-wrote the comedic movie Girls Trip. She’s also the first Black woman to write a movie that grossed over $100 million. Werk!
The Wrap reports the show will premiere on the Paramount Network, which used to be called Spike TV. Hmm, I thought that was ore of a men’s channel. Producer, Karen Rosenfelt, will work as executive producer and head of Paramount and TV Land development, Dana Tuinier, will work as the executive in charge. I’m seeing a lot of girl power in this project. No release date has been given just yet but you can always re-watch the much-loved First Wives Club which stars Goldie Hawn, Bette Midler and Diane Keaton.