The “Little Women” are returning to the small screen, but they might look a bit different this time around. CBS Studios and The CW have put into development a dystopian take on the Louisa May Alcott classic, TheWrap has learned.
The series, from CBS in association with Solar Drive Productions, follows Jo, Meg, Beth and Amy, now “disparate, half-sisters,” as they band together in order to survive the dystopic streets of Philadelphia and unravel a conspiracy that stretches far beyond anything they have ever imagined — all while trying not to kill each other in the process.
Michael Weatherly will be an executive producer on the project, with Alexis Jolly as a writer and exec producer as well.
“Little Women” has been adapted several times for the screen, most famously in 1994 with Winona Ryder, Claire Danes and Christian Bale starring.
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