Bravo has added three new dramas to their development slate, including an adaptation of Bret Easton Ellis' Rules of Attraction, the network announced Friday.
Based on the book and film of the same name, Rules of Attraction follows the students and faculty at Camden College where children of the 1 percent-ers live as unhinged and wild adults. The high-concept murder mystery will jump through 12 different points of view. Roger Avary, who wrote and directed the film adaptation, will write the drama with Greg Shapiro serving as executive producer.
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Bravo is also developing the ensemble drama Shanghai and the family drama Sweet Life. Shanghai is about an American fashion designer who moves to China with her husband only to be wooed by a powerful and fascinating Asian billionaire. David Henry Hwang will write and Jordan Kerner will executive-produce.
Sweet Life is a class drama focusing on the Bennett family, who seeks refuge in Martha's Vineyard after suffering a family tragedy. Amy Bloom will write and executive-produce.
Bravo previously announced series orders for scripted projects Girlfriends' Guide to Divorce and Odd Mom Out. The network is also developing All the Pretty Facesfrom Jennifer Garner.
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