It’s time to celebrate! The riotous romantic comedy Things We Never Got Over by instant bestseller Lucy Score is going to be adapted into a TV series. Since the release of the first installment of the Knockemout series, millions of copies have been sold worldwide, and it has become a sensation on TikTok. It should come as no surprise that there is a Things We Never Got Over show adaptation in the works.
What is the premise?
Things We Never Got Over follows Naomi Witt, a chronic people pleaser whose upcoming nuptials are put on permanent hold when she receives an unexpected call from her estranged twin Tina. Naomi rolls into Knockemout, Virginia, decked out in her wedding gown to help her sister, only to become the victim of her latest scam. Left with no car, no cash, and one unforeseen responsibility, her 11-year-old niece, Naomi’s entire life is thrown out of whack.
Now stranded in a strange place with no job prospects, Naomi finds assistance from the least likely source: the grumpy tattooed local Knox Morgan. Despite their rocky introduction, an instant attraction sparks between them, quickly blossoming into something neither could have imagined.
Who is behind the Things We Never Got Over TV adaptation?
According to Deadline, Amazon MGM Studios is developing the TV adaptation of Things We Never Got Over. Amy Rardin, Head Writer and Co-Executive Producer of the Disney+ miniseries Echo, will executive produce alongside PKM’s Patrick Moran and Lynley Bird.
On Instagram, Score announced the news: “I’m so excited I might barf!!!!! Things We Never Got Over is in development with Amazon MGM Studios for a TV series!! THANK YOU, GUYS!! Without your readership, Knox and Naomi wouldn’t be heading to the small screen!! You’re absolutely amazing and I will be grateful for forever!! Xoxo.”
Who is in the cast of Things We Never Got Over?
Since we are in the early days of the creation of Things We Never Got Over, the cast list has yet to be announced, but we can expect a wonderful lineup that will bring the characters to life in a way that will do justice to the stories readers have grown to love.
When is the release date of the Things We Never Got Over show?
The TV adaptation of Things We Never Got Over is in pre-production so there is no set release date.
Is there a trailer?
As of right now, there is no trailer for the upcoming show.
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