Bad Wolf has optioned the rights for the book Coming Undone by Terri White, Editor-in-Chief of Empire Magazine, in a deal with Anna Pallai at AMP Literary.

The production company has secured the option for the “honest and unflinching” memoir – published by Canongate this summer – which documents White’s life unravelling, as a successful editor “haunted by past events, and her precarious navigation back from a life in pieces.”

Terri White said: “To say I’m excited about working with Bad Wolf on an adaptation of Coming Undone is a gargantuan understatement. Their reputation for producing bold, brave, brilliant telly makes them the perfect home for my book – one I wrote to try and give a voice to what so many of us experience in the shadows. That voice is set to get a lot louder.”

Kate Crowther, Exec producer at Bad Wolf, said: “Coming Undone is an exceptional, powerful memoir from the ferociously talented Terri White, and from the moment I read it I knew we were the right team to develop it. We couldn’t be more delighted.”

Jon Creamer

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