Why should Stephenie Meyer, Suzanne Collins and J.K. Rowling get to be the only female authors whose ongoing series of novels get re-imagined for the bigger arenas of film and television? FX has answered that rhetorical question by commencing development on a new original drama adapted from writer Chelsea Cain's "Heartsick" novels.
Deadline has reported that "Magic City" (and, weirdly, "Hope & Faith) Executive Producer Geyer Kosinski is helping bring Cain's books to the small screen. For those uninitiated, "Heartsick" focuses on the twisted relationship between serial murderess Gretchen Lowell and pill-popping detective Archie Sheridan, whom she once kidnapped and tortured.
I'm personally excited for this. I loved the first two books. Michelle Pfeiffer was whom I pictured for Gretchen when I read the books- who would you cast as the serial killer, ONTD?