A drama series starring Demi Moore is being shopped to TV networks. The “Ghost” star, a two-time Golden Globe acting nominee and a Primetime Emmy nominee in 1997 as a producer on HBO’s “If These Walls Could Talk,” is attached to the project “10 Days in the Valley,” Deadline.com reports.
The project comes from writer-producer Tassie Cameron, the co-creator, executive producer and head writer of “Rookie Blue,” which ended a six-season run on ABC last year.
“Written by Cameron, who will serve as showrunner, ’10 Days in the Valley’ centers on Jane Sadler (Moore), an overworked writer and single mother in the middle of a fractious separation,” Deadline reports. “When her 5-year-old daughter is taken from bed in the middle of the night, Jane must put everything on the line — including her TV series, her loyalties, and her own deep secrets — to get her child back.”
The project, which would mark Moore’s first major TV series role, comes from Skydance Television.