David Arquette joins Sarah Michelle Gellar in Amazon’s Sizzling Pink pilot
Sarah Michelle Gellar has gained just a few co-stars for her Amazon YA pilot, Sizzling Pink. Coming weeks after saying Gellar’s involvement within the pilot, David Arquette has been forged alongside Gellar whereas 5 recent faces have been added to spherical out the ensemble.
Arquette’s function has but to be disclosed but it surely has been introduced that will probably be a recurring function on the collection. Additionally added to the forged are Nina Bloomgarden, David Iacono, Mimi Davila, Dana Donnelly, and Myra Molloy. Sizzling Pink is loosely impressed by Elana Ok. Arnold’s e-book “What Girls Are Made Of” & within the e-book, Nina Faye is raised to imagine that there isn’t a such factor as unconditional love, which means she’s going to do something for her boyfriend to show her worthiness. Nevertheless, when he breaks up together with her, Nina is misplaced and units out to search out out what the situations of affection actually are.
Described as “the real, knotted, messy, thriving heartbeat, of young womanhood”, Sizzling Pink was created by Elisabeth Holm, who can be government producing. Desiree Akhavan will direct & government produce the pilot and the collection will seemingly safe the sought-after youthful demographic that Amazon Studios has been searching for. Amazon Studios has solely made a small variety of YA collection, equivalent to The Wilds and Panic, and this sounds just like the type of mission that the target market will reply to.
David Arquette is greatest recognized for taking part in Dewey Riley within the Scream franchise and will probably be showing within the fifth installment that’s set to open subsequent 12 months. On the TV aspect, Arquette has had notable visitor roles on Mates and Cougar City, each of which starred his spouse, Courteney Cox. The actor has additionally labored as knowledgeable wrestler, profitable the title of WCW World Heavyweight Champion in 2000.
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