A STARZ imaginative alum has actually landed a brand-new series. Vida developer, Tanya Saracho will be leading the charge with a brand-new romantic drama entitled Lovesong. The acclaimed playwright and all around well known writer will be bringing more of her cultural background to the brand-new series which will focus around 2 Mexican American youth pals.
While the set have actually because matured, they’ve constantly stayed extremely close and Lovesong will see them residing in London making their method through the ups and downs of their adult years. Their primary dispute is that they’re both falling for the exact same singer-songwriter. As feelings perform at an all-time high, the love-triangle ends up being a thing of stress and anxiety, hurt, and tension as the pals turn versus one another to triumph the performer’s love. Audiences will ride shotgun together with the troubled relationship that will occur in the East London music scene as the women are pitted versus one another on a journey of the significance of life, love, and relationships.
Boasting a long list of credits on and off the screens of tv, Saracho has actually gotten a name for herself in the imaginative neighborhood as not just a writer, however likewise as an intense supporter for representation in the market. She’s a co-founder of the Untitled Latinx Job (ULP), a group that looks for to produce more Latine representation to the home entertainment biz. She likewise co-founded the Writers Gain access to Assistance Personnel Training Program whose objective is to develop more chances to all underrepresented neighborhoods. To even more move the program along, she produced the Ojalá Ignition Laboratory in the summer of 2021 to serve as a guide to reinforce intersectional Latine creatives and their tasks. In addition to developing, showrunning, and executive making Vida, Saracho likewise has credits as a writer on shows consisting of Looking and How to Get Away with Murder.
Delighted to bring Saracho, who worked with all Latine authors and directors for Vida, and the voices that her pieces raise back to STARZ, the network’s president of initial programs, Kathryn Busby stated they were “beyond thrilled to partner with Tanya to bring her bold and tantalizing love story to life.” Matching Busby’s enthusiasm is none aside from Saracho who calls her latest job “a child of the pandemic,” commenting that it was “born from those times when we were yearning for love stories to soothe the soul and light the way through the dark times.” She likewise talks to her motivation for Lovesong, thinking back on her time invested in the East London music scene taking in every chance she could.
With this newest statement, we’re so ecstatic to see the latest story Saracho and her group will weave with Lovesong. Since today, no release date has actually been set for the series.