Transatlantic is thrilled to share that Amy Stuart’s best selling thriller A DEATH AT THE PARTY will be adapted for the screen as Wildling Pictures officially launches their TV division!

The Toronto-based production company, whose feature film output includes Iris Apatow starrer “Young Wether” and David Bowie biopic “Stardust,” have unveiled their first scripted TV slate as part of the expansion, which will include screen adaptations of novels “A Death at The Party” by Amy Stuart.

Wildling president Matt Code (“Accused”) executive produces alongside the company’s Natalie Urquhart (“Suits”) and Julie Strifler (“Easy Land”).

“Our team is proud to introduce Wildling’s selection of high quality IP and elevated scripted original series,” said Code. “Having built a strong reputation within the feature film production space, we are delighted to be expanding our expertise with the launch of our original TV content. We are looking forward to working with some incredible talent and introducing these projects to potential partners at Content London in a few weeks.”

To read the full feature with all the information in Variety, click here:

A DEATH AT THE PARTY is a tense, spellbinding thriller set over the course of a single day, as a woman prepares for a party that goes dreadfully wrong.

Nadine Walsh’s summer garden party is in full swing. The neighbors all have cocktails, the catered food is exquisite—everything’s going according to plan.

But Nadine—devoted wife, loving mother, and doting daughter—finds herself standing over a dead body in her basement while her guests clink glasses upstairs. What happened? How did it come to this?

Rewind to that morning, when Nadine is in her kitchen, making last-minute preparations before she welcomes more than a hundred guests to her home to celebrate her mother’s birthday. But her husband is of little help to her, her two grown children are consumed with their own concerns, and her mother—only her mother knows that today isn’t just a birthday party. It marks another anniversary as well.

Still, Nadine will focus just on tonight. Everyone deserves a celebration after the year they’ve had. A chance for fun. A chance to forget. But it’s hard to forget when Nadine’s head is swirling with secrets, haunting memories, and concerns about what might happen when her guests unite.

Amy Stuart is the #1 bestselling author of three novels: Still Mine, Still Water, and Still Here. Shortlisted for the Arthur Ellis Best First Novel Award and winner of the 2011 Writers’ Union of Canada Short Prose Competition, Amy is the founder of Writerscape, an online community for hopeful and emerging writers. Amy lives in Toronto with her husband and their three sons.

Amy is represented by Samantha Haywood.

Congratulations Amy!