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‘Pretty Little Liars’ Showrunner Teams With CW on ‘The Town’ Reboot

Oliver Goldstick will write and executive produce remake of UK miniseries

The CW is rebooting ITV series “The Town” alongside “Pretty Little Liars” co-showrunner Oliver Goldstick (pictured above).

The show, based on the UK TV version created by Mike Bartlett, follows a young man who begins investigating his parents’ suicide and suspects murder, rendering the entire town culpable.

Bartlett was nominated for a 2013 BAFTA TV Award. The original three-episode miniseries starred Andrew Scott.

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Goldstick will write and executive produce the CW version. Other executive producers include Bartlett, Matthew Justice, Kenton Allen and Simon Curtis.

The show is a Russian Hill and Big Talk production, in association with Warner Bros. Television.

Goldstick’s other credits include “Lipstick Jungle,” “Ugly Betty,” and “American Dreams.”