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Tuesday, July 7, 2020

“Candy”: Elisabeth Moss Starring in Series About a Real Life Axe Murder on Friday the 13th in 1980

The wild true story of Candy Montgomery, who killed her friend with an ax on Friday, June 13th, 1980, is coming to the small screen, with Elisabeth Moss attached to star.

Reported by THR today, the limited series “Candy” is in the works at Universal Content Productions, and it’ll be shopped “to premium cable networks and streaming services.”

“Candy” is based on the true story of Montgomery and her victim, Betty Gore.

“Set in 1980 Texas, Candy (Moss) had it all — a loving husband with a good job, a daughter and son and a nice house in the new suburbs — and killed her friend from church with an ax.”

Nick Antosca (“Channel Zero”) is executive producing alongside Robin Veith, Lindsey McManus and Elisabeth Moss. The pilot episode’s script was written by Robin Veith.

Moss said in a statement shared by The Hollywood Reporter, “I have been wanting to play an anti-heroine for a while now, and have been trying to work with Robin [Veith] again after Mad Men for even longer, so when she asked me if I wanted to play a housewife from Texas who, some would say, got away with murder, I simply said, ‘Where do I sign?’ Adding the opportunity to work with Nick [Antosca] after his incredible work on The Act was like taking a delicious dessert and putting 100 cherries on top. My producing partner Lindsey [McManus] and I are so thrilled to be partnering with them and Alex and Scott and everyone at UCP on a show that I believe is truly going to be like no other we’ve done and will be a role like none I’ve ever played.”



source https://bloody-disgusting.com/tv/3622639/candy-elisabeth-moss-starring-series-real-life-axe-murder-friday-13th-1980/

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