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Tuesday, July 21, 2020

“Black Match”: Elisabeth Moss Developing Psychosexual Thriller Anthology Series for Hulu

Post-The Invisible Man, Elisabeth Moss has a handful of interesting genre projects on the way, including the film Run Rabbit Run and the limited television series “Candy.”

Additionally, THR reports today, Moss has just launched production company Love & Squalor Pictures and “signed a joint first-look TV deal with Hulu and Fox 21 Television Studios.”

As part of the deal, Moss is developing an anthology series titled “Black Match” for Hulu, which she plans on starring in. It’s being described as a “psychosexual neo-noir thriller set in modern day Los Angeles.” Ian McCulloch is writing the project and Mike Barker (“The Handmaid’s Tale”) is on board to direct.

“I am so excited to have formed this company and established this partnership with Lindsey [McManus] to find material ourselves and have real ownership as producers,” said Moss. “We want to develop strong, unique stories for the big and small screen that we feel are inclusive and represent the world that we all see around us. We are very proud of the slate that we are building, comprised of projects that run the gamut from broad, commercial fare to darker, more challenging works. Craig Erwich and Hulu have been amazing partners on The Handmaid’s Tale these past three seasons, and I am thrilled to be starting a creative partnership with Bert Salke and everyone at Fox 21.”



source https://bloody-disgusting.com/tv/3624266/black-match-elisabeth-moss-developing-psychosexual-thriller-anthology-series-hulu/

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