The Duchess of York is in talks to become a TV mega-mogul with the release of her new novel – amid hopes that it could become the next Bridgeton.
Sarah Ferguson, 61, has agreed to develop a TV version of her new novel, Compass for Every Heart.
The Ranchi Parade drama has been repackaged as a long-running tele-series and has been shown on major networks and streamers.
Insiders claim that Fergie is in “preliminary talks” with Dell makers and production companies who have provided shows to NBC, Disney stations and Netflix.
Netflix reported ڈ 100 million to the Duke and Duchess of Sussex for the content deal.
Fergie has written only one book so far, but insists that “there are many stories about stories.”
Bridgerton was Netflix’s biggest drama of the last 12 months, which eclipsed The Crown.
An LA insider said: “Sarah thinks the book should be taken to the screen.
“She feels the characters and plot lines are very strong, and that the audience is taking that kind of content right now.
When her book deal came out, she acquired the rights to co-produce a TV series and continued to work with production houses in Pitchfork.
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