A new psychological thriller Lady in the Mask is in development at The CW
The CW has put the psychological thriller series Lady in the Mask into development at the network, according to Deadline. The show comes to us from Amblin TV and CBS Television Studios. Lady in the Mask was written by Thomas Brandon. The show will be executive produced by Amblin TV’s Darryl Frank and Justin Falvey. Brandon will also serve as a co-executive producer for the series.
Lady in the Mask is set in the near future in a time where people can back-up their brains like a computer to a hard-drive. According to the site, the show “centers on a woman who awakens in the hospital after a suspicious car accident and learns her memory was damaged and restored from a two-year-old ‘back-up.’ As she tries to return to her seemingly loving husband, high-profile job in her family’s tech VC firm, and otherwise normal life, the details about her missing years begin to contradict each other, leading her to believe she’s being manipulated by someone close to her, that the accident was no accident, and that she’s at the center of a much larger conspiracy…unless she’s just losing her mind.”
Thomas Brandon is currently writing Tapped, a drama in development at Freeform from Paul Wesley (The Vampire Diaries) and Pretty Little Liars developer and showrunner I. Marlene King.
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