EXCLUSIVE: Amazon MGM Studios is in development at Things we never get over, a series adaptation of Lucy Score's bestselling novel. Set to adapt the book, executive producing and showrunning is Echo'It's Amy Rardin.

The first book in Score's NYT bestseller Knockout series, which has so far sold more than five million copies, Things we never get over Watch runaway bride Naomi Witt walk straight from the altar into trouble when her estranged twin sister, Tina, calls her to a small Virginia town. Upon arrival, Tina steals her car, phone and purse and leaves Naomi stranded in an unfamiliar town with a teenage niece in her care, as well as a grumpy but very sexy resident who turns out to be her tattooed knight in armor.

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Score published the debut novel in her series with Bloom Books and That's What She Said Publishing last January, following up with Things we hide from the light in February of this year and instant #1 NY Times bestseller Things we leave behind In September. The books have been translated into more than 25 languages ​​to date.

PKM's Patrick Moran and Lynley Bird developed the project under their overall deal with Amazon MGM and will executive produce alongside Rardin.

Rardin is leaving the Disney+ miniseries Echo, on which she served as head writer and co-executive producer. A spin-off of the film led by Jeremy Renner Archer hawk, will be the first Marvel movie to premiere simultaneously on Disney+ and Hulu when it debuts on January 10. Previously, she co-created and produced a Charmed reboot for The CW, also serving as writer and co-EP on the Emmy-nominated CW series Joan, the Virgin starring Gina Rodríguez. Additional TV credits for Rardin include ABC Selfie Starring The CW's Karen Gillan and John Cho The diaries of Carrie led by AnnaSophia Robb and ABC Family Greek. The writer and producer also previously sold a murder mystery TV movie The Mysterious Mortons for CBS.

A prolific Pennsylvania-based novelist, Score has also released a series of books under the names Riley Espinho, Blue Moon, Pirate fonts, Sinner and Saint It is Benevolenceamong other works.

Rardin is repped by Sugar23, Verve and Goodman, Genow, Schenkman; Score from the Bookcase Literary Agency.

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