Hillary Clinton is bringing the suffragette movement to TV.
The former Secretary of State and presidential candidate is developing Elaine Weiss’ book The Woman’s Hour: The Great Fight to Win the Vote into a small-screen movie or miniseries, per The Hollywood Reporter. Clinton — who will serve as an executive producer — has teamed with Steven Spielberg’s Amblin Television for the project, which does not yet have a writer.
The Woman’s Hour centers around the activists who led the decades-long fight to grant women the right to vote.
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* Netflix will debut the documentary Quincy, about legendary music producer Quincy Jones, on Friday, Sept. 21. The doc is co-directed by Jones’ daughter Rashida Jones.
* Shark Tank will welcome three new guest Sharks during Season 10 (premiering Sunday, Oct. 7): former NBA star Charles Barkley, Miami Dolphins vice-chairman Matt Higgins and former Shark Tank entrepreneur/Ring founder Jamie Siminoff.
* NBC’s fall sitcom I Feel Bad has promoted Brian George (The Big Bang Theory, Seinfeld) and Madhur Jaffrey (New Girl, Psych) to series regulars, according to THR. George and Jaffrey guest-starred in the pilot as the parents of series star Sarayu Blue’s Emet.
* Timothy Hutton (American Crime) will play the U.S. president in FX’s drama pilot adaptation of the DC comic book series Y: The Last Man, our sister site Deadline reports.
* One Day at a Time co-showrunner Gloria Calderon Kellett — who recurs on Jane the Virgin as a network exec — will appear in two episodes of the Netflix comedy as the new woman in the life of Penelope’s ex-husband, per Deadline.
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