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    Local Woman Missing TV Series: What We Know (Release Date,

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    Local Woman Missing by Mary Kubica has a TV series adaptation in the works. For all the details about a possible film adaptation of this book, here’s what we know about the Local Woman Missing TV series:

    What’s it about? What’s the plot?

    Local Woman Missing is a mystery novel about a series of disappearances. It opens with a girl, Delilah, who disappeared 11 years ago, finally being found again. With her return, it reopens questions about what happened the day she and her mother went missing. Another woman, Shelby Tebow, had disappeared soon before that.

    In this thrilling and carefully plotted domestic mystery, this community and these families must unravel the secrets of the chilling events from many years ago …

    See the Full Review and Summary of Local Woman Missing from The Bibliofile.

    What format will it be? Will the Local Woman Missing adaptation be a Movie or a Series?

    It’s planned as a limited TV series.

    Who’s behind it?

    Black Bear Television, the TV division of Black Bear Pictures, has acquired the film rights for Local Woman Missing in advance of the release of the book. Black Bear Pictures has previously produced movies such as The Imitation Game and Mudbound.

    Author Mary Kubica will serve as an executive producer for the series adaptation.

    From Kubica: “I could not be more thrilled that ‘Local Woman Missing’ has found a home with Black Bear Television. Their enthusiasm for this novel, combined with incredible talent and vision, makes it a perfect fit.”

    What’s the status of the Local Woman Missing adaptation?

    The adaptation is currently early in development.

    Who’s in the cast?

    No casting details have been released yet.

    See the full cast (when available) on IMDB.

    When will it be released?

    Currently unknown.

    Is there a trailer or teaser available?

    Not yet! Stay tuned.

    Local Woman Missing TV Series Development Timeline

    November 11, 2020 Black Bear Television Nabs Rights to Mary Kubica’s ‘Local Woman Missing’

    May 18, 2021 Local Woman Missing (novel) is released.

    Read The Full Article Here

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