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Glass Entertainment Group teams with journalist Adam Cohen to adapt “Supreme Inequality” for TV

Glass Entertainment Group (GEG) has optioned the book Supreme Inequality: The Supreme Court’s 50-Year Battle for a More Unjust America by Adam Cohen with plans to adapt it into a television docuseries. The adaptation ...
October 27, 2020

Glass Entertainment Group (GEG) has optioned the book Supreme Inequality: The Supreme Court’s 50-Year Battle for a More Unjust America by Adam Cohen with plans to adapt it into a television docuseries.

The adaptation will closely follow the narrative course of the book, in which Cohen examines the conservative direction of the U.S. Supreme Court over the last 50 years since the Nixon administration.

Nancy Glass, CEO of GEG, serves as executive producer with SVP of development Eric Neuhaus, in addition to Cohen.

Philadelphia- and Los Angeles-based GEG is currently producing a dozen series, including Lincoln: An American President (CNN), The Vet Life (Animal Planet), Heartland Vets: DVM (NatGeo Wild), Queen of Stylz (Snapchat), Frozen in Time (HGTV) as well as unannounced projects for HGTV, Oxygen, MTV, Magnolia, and HLN.

The indie most recently signed a coproduction deal with plus-size model, activist and author Tess Holliday to develop and produce non-scripted programming.

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