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.”