Fox recently bought the rights to a one-hour music drama featuring the life of the famous choreographer, Laurieann Gibson.
Nine-time Grammy award-winner, Mary J. Blige is one of the executive producers of the show, along with writer, Silvio Horta.
Titled “Move,” the series has been described as “a music-fueled dramedy that follows an accomplished choreographer who, in order to redeem her damaged reputation in the cutthroat music/dance world, sets her sights on creating a flawless tour for a diva pop singer. To get the coveted gig, though, she’ll have to fend off competition from her arch rival…who happens to be her former assistant. At the same time, she must act as mother hen to her talented, but often difficult, team of dancers who depend on her.”
Gibson is famous for being one of the co-creator’s of ABC’s version of the show, Ugly Betty, and The Chronicle. She has also choreographed for stars like Nicki Minaj, Lady Gaga, and Katy Perry, among others.
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