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The New York Magazine story “Who Killed Tulum?” by Reeves Wiedeman is being turned into a TV series by Amazon Studios. The project is a collaboration between Annapurna, New York Magazine, and Vox Media Studios. Mehar Sethi (BoJack Horseman, It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia) wrote and executive produced it.
Who murdered Tulum? is the story of a pampered Mexican party guy and an anxious American woman who both seek new beginnings in the booming resort town of Tulum in the year 2007—a contradictory paradise where extravagance has an ethos and glamour has a sinister side. It chronicles the ascent and ascent of a metropolis, a generation, and an age.
The series will be executive produced by Scoop Wasserstein of New York Magazine and Megan Ellison and Sue Naegle of Annapurna. For Vox Media Studios, Wiedeman will collaborate as an executive producer with Chad Mumm, SVP, Head of Entertainment.
Project management will be handled by Patrick Chu, Susan Goldberg, and Zelda Wengrod of Annapurna, who are also producing it with Vox Media Studios and New York Magazine.
An Amazon Studios comedy pilot that Sethi previously authored and executive produced was based on the BBC series People Just Do Nothing. Along with Rick and Morty, The Mick, The Harper House, Undone, Robot Chicken, Another Period, Archer, and The Ballad of Hugo Sanchez are among his other series credits.
Who Killed Tulum? Is the second new york magazine adaptation in the works at Amazon.
The second New York Magazine adaptation being developed by Amazon is titled Who Killed Tulum.
Along with Blumhouse and Vox Media Studios’ The Stolen Kids of Sarah Lawrence, it is written by Ezra Marcus and James D. Walsh.
Morris Yorn is Sethi’s agent. Grubman, Shire, Meiselas & Sacks attorney Robert Street was the representative for Vox Media Studios.
It charts the ascent and descent of a metropolis, a generation, and an era. The program joins a number of New York Magazine pieces that have been adapted for television, including Netflix and Shonda Rhimes’ Inventing Anna, which is based on Jessica Pressler’s article on fictitious heiress Anna Delvey, and the Amazon and Blmhouse series based on the Sarah Lawrence cult series created by Ezra Marcus and James D. Walsh.
Films like Hustlers, American Gangster, Taxi, Grey Gardens, and Saturday Night Fever all had their roots in New York Magazine tales. Well done to us! Where can we set up a suitable beach rager to celebrate right now?
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