Vanity Fair’s Gabriel Sherman is behind a new TV drama about NYC real estate

The author of Roger Ailes’ biography is behind an untitled family drama

New York /
Oct.October 02, 2019 10:00 AM
Gabriel Sherman

Gabriel Sherman

It plays out in the tabloids. Now, New York City’s real estate scene is set for the silver screen.

An untitled family drama set in the upper echelons of New York’s real estate scene is currently in the works. Gabriel Sherman, an acclaimed author and Vanity Fair correspondent, is behind the new show, according to the Hollywood Reporter.

Sherman’s biography on the late Fox News president Roger Ailes inspired the “The Loudest Voice,” which has become a TV sensation. His newest project will be produced by TV Studio, a collaboration between Entertainment 360 and Media Rights Capital.

Sherman declined to share further details when contacted by The Real Deal. [Hollywood Reporter] — David Jeans


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