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Oscar-winning Crash becoming TV series

The Oscar-winning film Crash is coming to TV as a dramatic series this year. The 13-episode, one-hour series will air on the cable channel Starz in the United States as its first original dramatic series, the network announced.


The Oscar-winning film Crash is coming to TV as a dramatic series this year. The
13-episode, one-hour series will air on the cable channel Starz in the United
States as its first original dramatic series, the network announced.



Key members of the feature’s production team will be back for the series,
including its Canadian director, co-writer and producer, Paul Haggis; co-writer
and producer Bobby Moresco; producer Bob Yari; producer Don Cheadle; producer
Mark R. Harris and executive producer Tom Nunan.



In addition to best picture, the 2004 film also won Oscars for best
original screenplay and for editing. The film starred Cheadle, Sandra Bullock,
and Matt Dillon.



No casting decisions have been announced for the series, which is
scheduled to begin production this spring.


 
 
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