“All the Pretty Faces” will be produced by Garner's Vandalia Films with Warner Horizon Television
Bravo is expanding its scripted slate with a new drama project from Jennifer Garner‘s Vandalia Films in association with Warner Horizon Television.
The network will be developing “All the Pretty Faces,” a mystery-drama with a supernatural twist written and executive produced by J. Mills Goodloe (“Lethal Weapon 4,” “Maverick”).
Set in the bucolic beach town of Half Moon Bay, Calif., “All the Pretty Faces” centers on two families engaged in an epic, decades-long feud. The death of one of their own brings both families together in search of the secret to the affliction that has plagued them for generations… immortality.
“‘All The Pretty Faces’ tracks with Bravo's tradition of presenting strong, relatable characters and tackling provocative subjects in an entertaining way,” Bravo's scripted development and production vice president Andrew Wang said in a statement.
He continued, “By teaming up with the incredibly talented Jennifer Garner, we can bring fans a compelling family drama with a fun, mystical twist.”
Bravo's push into scripted television has been a bumpy one. Its original goal of launching a scripted show in the fourth quarter of 2013 came and went. But, the cable network seems to be hitting its stride with this project in development and green lights for comedies “Girlfriends’ Guide to Divorce” and “Odd Mom Out.”