NBC Buys Two Shows From Greg Berlanti — Including Adaptation of Classic Novel

Sep 26, 2012  •  Post A Comment

An adaptation of the classic novel "Wuthering Heights" from producer Greg Berlanti has been bought by NBC, according to The Hollywood Reporter’s Live Feed.

Called "Napa," the new take on Emily Bronte’s novel will be set in Napa Valley as an hourlong drama, the story notes. Tom Donaghy of "The Whole Truth" will write the adaptation, while Berlanti will co-executive produce with Berlanti Television’s Melissa Kellner Berman. NBC has given the project a put-pilot commitment.

NBC has also given a put-pilot commitment to Berlanti’s "Family Affair," a drama about two Connecticut families who are thrown together when an accident kills a mother and a father who were having an affair, the piece notes.

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