Lark Productions has acquired the exclusive television rights to the debut international bestselling novel Still Mine, the sequel Still Water and the recently released third novel in the series, Still Here, by Amy Stuart. Cobie Smulders will serve as Executive Producer. 

Lara Azzopardi (The Bold Type, God Friended Me) is attached to adapt the project for TV and serve as Showrunner and Executive Producer. Stuart will act as Co-Executive Producer.

Still Mine, the first installment of the three-book series, introduces us to Clare O’Dey, an unexpected investigator searching for the truth about the suspicious disappearance of a local woman in a small mining town, where everyone is implicated. On the run from her abusive husband, Clare must confront her own demons, journeying from victim to survivor while discovering a new sense of purpose. Still Mine questions what it means to lose yourself and find yourself in the most unlikely places.

In Still Water Clare uses her newfound investigative skills to unravel another disappearance from a shelter for women who want to escape their past, and in the third novel Still Here, Clare tracks two missing persons, including the private investigator, Malcolm, who set her on this journey…but little does she know, she’s the one being hunted. Broken but stronger than she knows, Clare is eventually able to break free from the past that haunts her and reclaim her sense of identity.

The series will be developed and produced by Lark Productions, which is part of NBCUniversal International Studios, a division of the Universal Studios Group.

“I’m excited to work with Lark Productions and bring Clare’s story to a wider audience on television,” said author Amy Stuart.

Executive Producer Cobie Smulders said: “I am thrilled to partner with Lark Productions and Lara Azzopardi to create a new way for people to experience the world and characters brilliantly portrayed in Amy Stuart’s Still Mine series.”

Erin Haskett, President of Lark, added: “With Still Mine, Amy has crafted a cinematic psychological thriller deeply rooted in character, that deals with the healing process and the accuracy of memory, particularly as we cope with tragedy. There’s never been a better time to tell a story about a woman discovering her own power as she helps others, and we are thrilled to have such a strong female-led team working to bring this to television.”

Samantha Haywood, President of Transatlantic Agency, negotiated the deal on Amy Stuart’s behalf.

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