Networks FIGHTING to Air Darren Star and Robert Harling's Good Christian Bitches!






Development execs at ABC, NBC and CBS are reportedly all vying for the television adaptation of Kim Gatlin's novel Good Christian Bitches (Best. Title. Ever!). According to Deadline.com, the Darren Star (Beverly Hills, 90210, Melrose Place, Sex and the City)-produced sudser is being written by Robert Harling, who penned Steel Magnolias and First Wives Club.

 

The project— which revolves around a recently divorced mother who moves to scandalously-wealthy Texas suburb— is being referred to as Desperate Housewives in Dallas, according to Deadline's Nellie Andreeva.
If there is a God for good Christian bitches to worship, Delta Burke will be given a contract role!
 


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matealestlmo's picture
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Whichever network this stupid show that puts Christian women down as b****es will not get one blip on my television. Shame on whoever thought about this stupid idea! I sincerely hope it flops!

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I LOOOOOVEEEE this idea, and happen to think that network television needs a new show centered around catty women, one that's NOT a reality TV show. I will always support scripted television over reality foolishness!!

And with "Desperate Housewives" becoming completely dry and lacking in originality and freshness over the past few seasons, I hope that this show gets picked up and becomes an overnight success, which would serve to remind the creatively bankrupt Marc Cherry to get his head out of his hind parts!!!

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Sadly if this show ends up on ABC, CBS, or NBC, I don't think that wonderful title will ever survive. The censors (along with the right-wingers)would never allow it. It sounds like it will be a great show, maybe even an eventual replacement for DH. I hope it does well.

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I love the idea of this show! Hope it makes it to some network with the title intacted. [and for the record, I'm a Preacher's Kid. ^_^]