What happened to the Capulets and Montagues after Romeo and Juliet committed suicide?
Shonda Rhimes will be delving into this in a new show from ABC Studios, according to The Hollywood Reporter. Called Still Star-Crossed, the drama will explore the familial fallout after the events of one of Shakespeare's greatest tragedies.
ABC is the home of Shondaland, where Grey's Anatomy, Scandal, and How to Get Away With Murder reign supreme. Heather Mitchell, who worked on both Grey's and Scandal, will co-executive produce Still Star-Crossed alongside Shonda Rhimes, and will write the pilot.
It's been a fruitful year for the denizens of Shondaland: In addition to the three shows already on the air, fraud investigation drama The Catch is due for a midseason premiere, and she's sold three other new shows to ABC.
Think they'll find a way to cast Leonardo DiCaprio?
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