That’s What She Said to be adapted as TV drama
Joanne Lipmans 2018 book Thats What She Said What Men Need to Know and Women Need to Tell Them about Working Together is coming to the small screen in a dramatic form In the book, the former USA Today editorinchief wrote about her own experiences as she set out a blueprint for gender parity in the workplace
Joanne Lipman’s 2018 book ‘Thats What She Said: What Men Need to Know (and Women Need to Tell Them) about Working Together’ is coming to the small screen in a dramatic form. In the book, the former USA Today editor-in-chief wrote about her own experiences as she set out a blueprint for gender parity in the workplace.
Red Arrow Studios has optioned the non-fiction title, which is published by Harper Collins. It will team with Charlie Lyons and Anonymous Content to work up a scripted series based on the book. No broadcaster or platform is attached, reports variety.com.
Replete with anecdotes from Lipman's own rise to the top, Red Arrow highlighted the narrative through-line in her book, which will be the focus of the TV series. Discussions are underway with potential writers. "Joanne's work is timely and insightful, offering a nuanced exploration of gender politics in the workplace and how we can collectively progress in the wake of #MeToo," said Carlo Dusi, EVP commercial strategy, scripted, Red Arrow Studios International.