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Center Stage is being adapted as a TV series

  • The 2000 teen drama film that premiered 20 years ago today and launched the careers of Zoe Saldana and Amanda Schull is getting a TV series adaptation from Sony Pictures Television. Sweet/Vicious creator Jennifer Kaytin Robinson will join Laurence Mark, who produced Center Stage and its two sequels, for "a series continuation of the original film set today within the highly competitive world of dance," per Deadline. "It follows a new, inclusive class of dancers as they work to stay at the academy and clash against the traditional students and style the ABA is known for. Ballet has always been a conformist world, but with Cooper Nielson now at the helm of the ABA and the ABC, change is on the horizon in more ways than one."

    TOPICS: Center Stage, Jennifer Kaytin Robinson, Laurence Mark, In Development, Sony TV